Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America Adds New 75-Inch LaserVue TV to Bolster Industry's Broadest Line of 60-Inch-and-Larger 3D TVs Available Today
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, Inc., today announced two significant 3D additions to its line-up of theater-like 3D TVs: A 75-inch LaserVue® TV (Model L75-A91) brandishing several prolific, new features, and a 3D Starter Pack (Model 3DC-1000) containing all the necessities for watching 3D at home. The new Mitsubishi 3D Starter Pack contains two pairs of active shutter 3D eyewear, a 3D emitter, 3D Adapter with remote, an HDMI™ cable, and also features a Disney 3D showcase Blu-ray® disc featuring 3D trailers of “A Christmas Carol”, “Alice In Wonderland” and “Toy Story 3” along with an educational short on 3D presented by Disney’s infamous Timon and Pumba. Available at retail in July, the 3D Starter Pack enables existing and future owners of Mitsubishi 3D DLP® Home Cinema TVs and LaserVue TVs to instantly enjoy the ultimate in immersive, large-screen, theater-like 3D home entertainment.
D-Tools, Inc. announced the finalists of the 2010 D-Tools contest, Project:SUCCESS. This contest recognizes excellence in system integration projects utilizing D-Tools System Integrator software. D-Tools held the contest to pursue SI5.5 users’ greatest success stories about how the software has positively affected their business and returned a significant ROI. Success stories of some of most distinguished system integrators were submitted by the D-Tools user base. The contest is sponsored by D-Tools MVP Partners Atlantic Technology and Universal Remote Control. The six finalists were selected by the D-Tools Marketing team and were judged on a number of criteria, including originality, project complexity, use of D-Tools’ software, and which stories best communicate the user’s expertise of the software. See the list of finalists here.
Building on the latest advances in digital media technology, S1Digital’s summer 2010 refresh introduces new features such as 3D Blu-ray playback and lossless audio bitstreaming. Also being unveiled is S1Digital’s new P250 Media Center client, a small, compact Media Center with big time features. S1Digital’s flagship S800 Media Server, in addition to supporting 3D Blu-ray, gets a massive upgrade to a full ten terabytes of internal storage on six hot-swap hard drives, and is powered by a hardware RAID controller, latest Intel Core i7 processor and runs on Windows® 7 64 bit operating system.
HomeRun Holdings Corporation. (formerly known as Wayne-Dalton Corp.), announced it has completed its acquisition of Techniku Inc., a Broomfield, Co. based manufacturer of automation solutions for interior window coverings and windows. “Now that we have completed the acquisition process, I can tell you we are delighted to welcome Techniku to the HomeRun Holdings family” said Yan Rodriguez, Vice President, Business Development of HomeRun Holdings Corporation. “We are looking forward to integrating and expanding the Techniku brand with our line of Home Controls products to offer a more comprehensive solution to all our customers”.
Chances are, you have one of the 60 million HDTVs in the US that are ready. To be smarter. To integrate the full Web and your HD cable or satellite content. To do things no TV has ever done before. Logitech is putting the final touches on a companion box that will connect your HDTV to everything the Google TV experience can be. So watching is just the beginning. They are creating a system that includes a companion box – an external device that connects to your TV through an HDMI port – and an intuitive controller that’s been designed to take full advantage of everything the Google TV platform offers. Release is scheduled for this fall, so stay tuned for more details in the coming months.
Aperion Audio marks ten years of award-winning speakers and industry-leading customer satisfaction by offering special pricing and forum contests through July
The Super Bowl in 2000 is remembered for the dozens of dot-com TV commercials by some websites that are no longer around today. That April, Aperion Audio opened their Internet storefront as one of the first online direct-to-consumer manufacturers of audiophile-quality speakers. To celebrate a decade of delivering the joy of home audio, Aperion is offering special pricing on select products and sponsoring contests on audio enthusiast web forums this summer. The Aperion 10th Anniversary 5.1 Home Theater System, which is built around the full-range Intimus 6B monitors, is a high-end system available through the end of July at $770 off the already low, direct-to-consumer price.
InfoComm International today announced that InfoComm 2010, the annual conference and exhibition for professional audiovisual buyers and sellers worldwide held June 9-11 in Las Vegas, Nevada, was the second largest commercial AV show ever held , with 32,002 AV professionals attending from more than 90 countries. “InfoComm continues to be the one tradeshow where most professional AV service providers make their important buying decisions for the year,” said Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D., Executive Director & CEO, InfoComm International. “The AV marketplace has enthusiastically embraced InfoComm as the place to make their purchasing choices, network with product and service providers, and enhance skills through our robust educational program.” There were 925 exhibitors participating at InfoComm this year, up from 832 at InfoComm 09. Exhibitors occupied more than 475,000 net square feet of exhibit and special events space.
Now, more than ever, having a well-educated work force is the best tool any electronic systems company needs for success. CEDIA knows the value of education—it is the foundation on which they were built. For the first time ever, at CEDIA EXPO 2010, CEDIA University is offering an unprecedented education discount. Members can sign-up for the $299 Members Only Education Pass* and take as many CEDIA University core courses and electives (excluding full-day workshops) they can fit in their schedule. You must pre-register for the courses you wish to take using the $299 Members Only Education Pass.
Cable sports giant ESPN's latest network, ESPN 3D, launched successfully at 9:30 am EST Friday with the stereoscopic 3D broadcast of the 2010 FIFA World Cup match between Mexico and South Africa. ESPN held a launch event for the press at its Bristol, Ct. headquarters, where the game could be seen on both a Samsung DLP set that used active-shutter glasses and a Hyundai LCD set that used passive glasses. Sony, which is sponsoring the channel's launch, has also supplied a number of its new 3D LCD sets to ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla., where ESPN is hosting a viewing party for fans. Read what Glen Dickson of Broadcasting & Cable who was in Bristol for the launch had to say.
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI), a leading manufacturer of professional-grade, integrator-friendly control solutions, today announced a sneak preview of several new solutions making their debut at InfoComm 2010. Featuring sleek and sophisticated controllers and processors loaded with innovations, the latest additions to RTI's lineup will showcase the company's commitment to the commercial market with intuitive, flexible solutions that provide the ultimate control experience in boardrooms, classrooms, and much more. "We've been working hard on a number of simply amazing solutions over the last year, and we can't wait to share them with our valued dealers at this year's show," said Pete Baker, vice president of sales and marketing for RTI. "With powerful new universal controllers and processors that combine the latest advanced technologies with a sleek new design, we're set to unveil a number of exciting products. These new solutions provide integrators with amazing options for their clients -- in any commercial environment -- all at a great value and without sacrificing performance."
Cisco Systems is helping build a prototype in South Korea for what one developer describes as an instant "city in a box." Cisco, which has more than 4,400 employees and contractors in Research Triangle Park, is wiring every tech nook and cranny of the new city, making it one of the most technologically sophisticated urban centers on the planet. New Songdo City, a soon-to-be-completed metropolis about the size of downtown Boston that serves as a showroom model for what is expected to be the first of many assembly-line cities. In addition to state-of-the-art information technology, Songdo will emit just one-third of the greenhouse gases of a typical city of similar size. "Everything will be connected - buildings, cars, energy - everything," said Wim Elfrink, Cisco's Bangalore-based chief globalization officer. "This is the tipping point. When we start building cities with technology in the infrastructure, it's beyond my imagination what that will enable."
Truly the “Information Communications Marketplace,” InfoComm is where everyone in the industry convenes each year — buyers, sellers, systems integrators, distributors, technical professionals, engineers and designers — to conduct business, share ideas, learn and have fun as part of a growing community. More than 32,000 professionals from 80+ countries are expected at InfoComm 2010. News from the show is pouring in to HomeToys.com’s special InfoComm newspage. Click here to check out all the latest headlines.
Today ZigBee Alliance, a global ecosystem of companies creating wireless solutions for use in energy management, residential, commercial and consumer electronics applications announced an agreement to collaborate with SunSpec Alliance to define standards for renewable energy and microgrid management using ZigBee Smart Energy Version 2.0. The collaboration between the two Alliances will address the existing gap between the growing use of distributed generation via renewable energy resources and the Smart Grid, in order to take advantage of the energy management efficiencies of the Smart Grid.
The ASRock Vision 3D HTPC will get unveiled at this year's Computex. It's got an aluminum casing and inside there's an Intel Core mobile processor, and a NVIDIA GeForce GPU for 3D Vision graphics. On the outside you will find 4 USB 3.0 ports, dual-link DVI, 7.1 audio, a Blu-ray drive, and an HDMI 1.4 port. ASRock is aiming to have this released sometime in July, but if you really want to experience the 3D, you'll have to pick up NIVIDIA's 3D Vision kit, which has its own software along with the glasses. No pricing yet for this unit. Source: Slashgear.
IDG News Service - Consumers will likely see 3D LCD TVs that don't require people to wear polarized glasses out on global markets by 2015, according to a Taiwanese research group that showed off an early version of such a device this week. The technology is considered vital to getting 3D into more people's living rooms. Analysts say most people don't want to wear polarized glasses to watch 3D TV, and many balk at the price, up to $200 per pair for some of the glasses. The high price might make a person think twice about hosting a World Cup or Super Bowl party with friends.
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