If there's been an underlying theme to consumer electronics in the past year, it's been this: audiences are looking for easier ways to view Web video on their big-screen TVs. That's really the promise of widget- and app-enabled TVs, Blu-ray players, game consoles, and Roku boxes, as well as the coming wave of specialized products such as Boxee, Apple TV, and Google TV. And it's exactly the market for which newcomer Veebeam is aiming as well. Veebeam can most accurately be described as a PC-to-TV video streamer. Plug the included USB dongle into your laptop, and whatever's on your computer screen will be streamed wirelessly to the Veebeam box that's connected to your TV--without the need for any convoluted wireless networking setup. For what it's worth, the HD version of the box supports output up to full 1080p HD video. Two modes will be offered: "screencasting," which mirrors the display on the laptop screen, and "play-to" mode, which presumably treats the TV as a second monitor (allowing you to use the PC for other tasks in the meantime, while simultaneously streaming the view). Two models will be available--the $99 Veebeam SD and the $139 Veebeam HD (which adds an HDMI output).
New programming resource for Authorized Crestron Dealers focuses on the details to deliver profitable design, programming and integration services.
ILO Consulting combines continuous industry training, verifiable certification and experience with extreme attention to detail to ensure consistent results.
Panamax/Furman to Offer Free Home Theater Power and Energy Management Training Sessions at CEDIA EXPO 2010
Panamax/Furman today announced that the company will be offering three free 90-minute training sessions at CEDIA EXPO 2010.
Adding to its successful LightStyle Series, the LS-10i and LS-10d offer design, technology and brightness at value pricing.
Siretta Antennas - the Berkshire, U.K based M2M antenna specialist today announced the release of its Echo 12 GSM/GPRS/3G antenna for embedded applications.
Furman Helps Grooves on the Move Inspire Inner -City Youth in Los Angeles Through the Recording Arts
Company-Donated HA-6AB Headphone/Monitor Amplifiers Contribute to Hands-On, In-Depth Recording Experience in Mobile Studio Project
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
Parks Associates Senior Research Analyst to present findings on Wednesday, Sept 15
New DS Directed Soundfield Ceiling -Mount Loudspeakers from Niles Combine Designer Aesthetics and Audiophile Performance
Designed to complement high end interior design, new easy to install ceiling mount loudspeakers offer unobtrusive aesthetics and superior sound performance
SENSIO's Richard LaBerge Joins Fellow Experts to Discuss Future of 3D at the 3D Entertainment Summit(TM)
SENSIO Technologies Inc. (SENSIO) (TSX-V: SIO) today announced that Richard LaBerge, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at SENSIO, will participate in the featured panel session "The FUTURE Drivers in the 3D Ecosystem."
Conference will provide consumer research and new business models for residential energy management (REM) solutions
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
Today at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), D-Link and Boxee announced that the upcoming Boxee Box by D-Link now will be powered by the Intel® Atom™ processor CE4100. "This represents long overdue innovation to the entertainment experience that D-Link will help consumers quickly deploy through their home network. These exciting new capabilities align closely with Intel's commitment to improving how people access and enjoy digital content on their TV," said Lou Reda, Vice President and General Manager, Consumer Division, D-Link. "We are leading a revolution that will offer tremendous new possibilities in the home." Pre-Sales opened today and units will begin shipping in November 2010 in the US, Canada, EU and Australia. MSRP is rumored at $199
D-Link Selects the Intel(R) Atom(TM) Processor CE4100 to Power the Boxee Box
Leading custom electronics distributor to hold interactive demos to showcase Crestron Composer software at CEDIA Expo 2010
Yitran Communications, a leading and award winning fabless semiconductor company, will feature its new line of Powerline Communications (PLC) integrated circuits at Metering and Billing/CRM Europe in Vienna, September 22-24, Booth K37.
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
Smart Bulbs are out there and they can do far more then just provide light. Speakers, projectors, wi-fi extenders and more. The standard light socket that is wired up and ready to go in nearly every home in North America is now providing an easy and affordable option for home owners and renters alike to enter into the world of the "Smart Home". Here is a look at some of the Smart Bulbs and Smart Lighting options out there, and this list is just the beginning. In this ongoing article we hope to continue to add to and grow this list, so stay tuned!