Smartec STS-IPTX161 NEYRO Series video server is designed to convert analog video signal to digital format and transmit it over the network in real-time.
The Honig Company has a solution for moviegoers who get headaches from watching 3D. The answer: 2D glasses. The Honig Company estimates that 30 million Americans, or 10% of the population have minor eye problems that lead to headaches and discomfort when watching 3D content. While typical 3D glasses show a different image to each eye, the 2D glasses block the second image, showing the same image to both eyes, and canceling out the illusion of 3D. The 2D glasses allow people who get headaches from watching 3D to still join family members and friends at the theater. The 2D glasses are low-priced, with a manufacturers suggested price of $7.99.
On Monday afternoon, Apple announced the introduction of iCloud, a music service that will allow users to listen to their music from almost any Internet-connected device.The service, which was introduced at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, will be available starting in the fall for users of Apple products who also upgrade to the company's latest operating system. Though iCloud itself will be free, to fully take advantage of the service, users will need to pay $24.99 per year for a service called iTunes Match that will scan their iTunes library and make their songs available to be streamed on any Apple device, as long as those songs happen to among the 18 million available from Apples iTunes store. Songs that aren't included in the store will have to be uploaded from users' hard drives. A note on Apple's web page indicates that 5GB of storage will be offered to iCloud users for free. The service replaces Apple's previously available MobileMe service, which allowed users to store data and access email, calendar and contacts via a cloud. Subscribers to iCloud will have their E-books, photos and documents all backed up wirelessly and automatically. Purchased music, apps and books will not count toward the allotted storage.
Siretta Antennas, the Berkshire, UK based M2M antenna specialist today launched their new look website.
Furman's PL -PRO DMC Power Conditioner Protects and Optimizes Performance of Sound Reinforcement System in Indiana Convention Center
It's hard for a facility to compete with major destinations for conventions and exhibitions if its sound system earns a reputation for poor and unreliable performance.
Two-Channel AMP C1 Delivers High-End Performance, Exclusive Technologies and Top-Level Build Quality at an Affordable Price
Atlona Technologies(R) today announced that the company has partnered with TruAudio in a co-marketing effort designed to leverage the manufacturing expertise and strengths of both companies. Effective immediately, TruAudio is offering its customers
Fox Senior VP to Deliver Keynote "TV Anywhere - -How a TV Network Must Navigate the New Broadband Frontier" at CONNECTIONS™: The Digital Living Conference
New Research Shows Over 250 Million Pay-TV Subscribers Worldwide Will Have Access to TV Everywhere by 2015
Infocomm USA, 2011, Booth 4870 - MuxLab Inc (www.muxlab.com), a designer and manufacturer of CCTV and audio-video connectivity solutions for copper twisted pair, announces its latest line of ProAV Baluns for the professional audio-video environment.
Kanda have taken the AVR Dragon programmer and emulator and created enhanced AVR development kits. As well as all necessary cables and instructions, AVR development board, books, software and sample code are all included in the package.
LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) -- Music-streaming service Pandora Media Inc. said in a regulatory filing Thursday that it expects its initial public offering of 13.68 million shares to price between $7 to $9 a share. The offering could raise as much as $141.6 million, Pandora said in an amended filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Pandora will offer 5,000,682 million shares, and selling stockholders will offer 8.68 million shares. Pandora said it will not receive any proceeds from the sale of shares by the selling stockholders. The company has applied with the New York Stock Exchange to trade under the symbol "P".
The Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town (SST) is aimed at reducing CO2 emissions by 70 percent compared with 1990 levels. The completely networked town will be a 19-hectacre subdivision built on a former Panasonic plant site some 30 miles southwest of Tokyo. It will house about 3,000 people whose lives will revolve around being energy conscious: the 1,000 homes and other buildings will have solar panels to generate electricity and smart appliances, as well as home fuel cells. The batteries might include the fridge-sized Ene-Farm developed by Panasonic and Tokyo Gas. They say the Ene-Farm can reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions by 35 and 48 percent, respectively, from typical Japanese household usage and can help lower home utility costs by up to $740 annually. Plans for the SST call for features such as EV recharging stations, LED lighting, surveillance cameras, and "wind paths" to accommodate wind patterns in Fujisawa, a city of 400,000 on Sagami Bay. There will be plenty of trees, too. The project will cost some $739 million, and all homes are expected to be occupied by 2018. I wouldn't be surprised if SST gets way too many applicants. Fujisawa has beaches, a surfing culture, and plenty of sunshine, so it's an ideal location for this experiment. If it's successful, it could become a model for future green communities.
SIM2 USA announces its appearance at the upcoming Pride of Hawaii Design Summit 2.0 on June 3, at the Honolulu Design Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. Taking center stage will be the LUMIS 3D SOLO proudly presented by Alberto Fabiano, EVP of SIM2 USA.
HomePlug Powerline Alliance Announces Support from Global German Auto Manufacturers for HomePlug GP Specification
Audi, BMW, Daimler, Porsche and Volkswagen Line Up Behind HomePlug Green PHY for Electric Vehicle Charging Technology Standard
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) today announced that the company has increased international support for its control solutions through a partnership with Wim Voet of Belgium-based Artemea. Under the agreement, Wim will provide sales and market
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