New programming resource for Authorized Crestron Dealers focuses on the details to deliver profitable design, programming and integration services.
Panamax/Furman to Offer Free Home Theater Power and Energy Management Training Sessions at CEDIA EXPO 2010
Furman Helps Grooves on the Move Inspire Inner -City Youth in Los Angeles Through the Recording Arts
American consumers like the immersive feeling of watch 3-D television, but are put off by having to wear special glasses because they restrict multi-tasking at home, according to a U.S. report on attitudes to the next big thing in television. But some 89 percent of those questioned for the "Focusing on the 3DTV Experience" report felt the special glasses would constrain other activities they usually do while watching TV. More than half said the glasses were a "hassle" and 57 percent said they were "not likely" to buy a 3D TV set for that reason, the survey found. The 425 randomly selected participants had watched 30 minutes of 3D television programing in a home viewing environment. Although 57 percent of viewers agreed that watching 3D television made them feel they were part of the action, 77 percent said they thought the technology was best suited for special events like sports or movies, rather than everyday viewing. "In fact, purchase interest for a 3DTV set among those planning to buy a new TV in the next 12 months decreased after seeing a demonstration of the technology, experiencing the glasses and learning more about product costs," Stagliano said.
Parks Associates addresses TV Everywhere, Connected TV, Digital Content, and more at Digital Media Pipeline
New DS Directed Soundfield Ceiling -Mount Loudspeakers from Niles Combine Designer Aesthetics and Audiophile Performance
SENSIO's Richard LaBerge Joins Fellow Experts to Discuss Future of 3D at the 3D Entertainment Summit(TM)
The Boxee Box by D-Link, Now With Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processor Inside instead of NVIDIA's Tegra 2 - Pre Sales open today MSRP $199
Pre-Sales opened today and units will begin shipping in November 2010 in the US, Canada, EU and Australia. MSRP is rumored at $199
Attending CEDIA? Make sure to download the "Follow Me Mobile Phone App" to help you navigate the show floor.
For iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad users: From your phone go to the iTunes App Store and search for "CEDIA" to find "CEDIA EXPO 2010" and click on the "free" button to take you to the install screen. Then download the CEDIA EXPO 2010 Mobile App as you would any iPhone application. If you are syncing your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad from your PC, go to http://bit.ly/CEDIAEXPO2010 for download. For all other types of web-enabled phones: Point your mobile phone's web browser to m.core-apps.com/cedia2010
[Note: when you point your "all other" web-enabled phone browser to this web-based mobile site, it will let you choose your phone type for proper download]
Records 14116 to 14130 of 28339