Opalum Announces New Product Launches at CEDIA Expo 2013

A new ultrathin, actively powered onwall speaker

Pakedge to Exhibit New Custom Installation-Friendly Wireless and Wired Networking Solutions at CEDIA 2013

Pakedge will also be featuring live product demos during the show.

SANUS Win Big Lucky Draw Sweepstakes Takes Off in the Run-up to CEDIA Expo 2013

Participants and attendees can enter the drawing up to two times

Gesture-Based User Interfaces in Smartphones and Tablets Spur Fast Growth for Proximity Sensors

The Galaxy S4 from Samsung Electronics represented the first major push toward gesture interface capability in a handset

ARTHUR HOLM showcasing the widest range of motorized screens at INFOCOMM MEA

Retractable, foldable and rotable screens with exclusive control and communication features

LG Display Develops World's First Intel® WiDi Enabled LCD Panel for Monitors

"LG Display's latest development brings us closer to the N-Screen era"

VMP Appoints KLM Marketing New Representative for Mid-Atlantic Region

Specializing in the Security Market While Supporting Other Low Voltage Channels, KLM will Work with VMP to Represent its Product Lines in Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, and Eastern Pennsylvania

Flowton Technologies Looks To Revolutionize Home Automation With Motion Gestures, Needs Cash

The likes of Kickstarter and Indiegogo have become the land where dreams are born (or are crushed), and yet another intrepid group of techies-come-entrepreneurs is looking to raise money via crowdfunding. Flowton Technologies is a group that makes a “natural interface” controller for the home that allows users to control things with voice and gesture, and they need $150,000 to get from prototype to production.

With the Flowton Controller, you’ll be able to walk into your house, say “I’m home”, and turn the lights on; control your TV with gestures in the air; adjust the thermostat without leaving the couch or using any other device; and more. It’s akin to the Leap Motion controller but for home automation.

There are three parts to the system: the Flowton Controller, the Flowton IR blaster, and the Flowton Smart Plug. 

The controller includes a 1.7GHz ARM processor, 2GB of RAM, an RGB camera, two microphones, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a depth camera port (for something like a Kinect). This device lets you control a device by waving your hand in a plane, but also moving it back and forth in 3D.  Full Article:

Flowton Technologies Looks To Revolutionize Home Automation With Motion Gestures, Needs Cash

he likes of Kickstarter and Indiegogo have become the land where dreams are born (or are crushed), and yet another intrepid group of techies-come-entrepreneurs is looking to raise money via crowdfunding. Flowton Technologies is a group that makes a “natural interface” controller for the home that allows users to control things with voice and gesture, and they need $150,000 to get from prototype to production.

With the Flowton Controller, you’ll be able to walk into your house, say “I’m home”, and turn the lights on; control your TV with gestures in the air; adjust the thermostat without leaving the couch or using any other device; and more. It’s akin to the Leap Motion controller but for home automation.

 
There are three parts to the system: the Flowton Controller, the Flowton IR blaster, and the Flowton Smart Plug. 

The controller includes a 1.7GHz ARM processor, 2GB of RAM, an RGB camera, two microphones, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a depth camera port (for something like a Kinect). This device lets you control a device by waving your hand in a plane, but also moving it back and forth in 3D.  Full Article:

First Autumn Webinar: iRidium for AV & Custom Systems

Experts of AV installations often have to solve numerous problems in their projects, connected with equipment compatibility, customers' desires for unique designs and a variety of devices that can be used as control panels. All these problems are solved for you by iRidium for AV & Custom Systems!

Christie Lights Up Toronto International Film Festival Screens

World's leading visual display provider is projection partner for 13th straight year at the Festival

New Christie MicroTiles S310 Screen Featuring 0.7 Millimeter Seams Now Shipping

Award Winning Digital Display Technology Takes Another Step Forward with Latest Upgrade

L-com Launches Additional Deluxe-Grade DVI Cable Options

L-com, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, has released more new, deluxe-grade versions of its popular DVI cable assembly line. The deluxe version gives customers more choices between industry-standard quality and premium quality cables and prices.

Almo Professional A/V Kicks Off Fall E4 AV Tour in Southern California October 18

Entirely New Curriculum; Midori Connolly Highlighted Speaker; Keynote Address and New Tech Panel to Be Broadcast Live;

Clare Controls CLIQ Modules Streamline Project Integrations

Sleek modules are "the shape of things to come" from Clare, lending efficiency to integration and installation tasks while bringing flexibility to the end-user experience

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ELK Products -M1 GOLD with Two-Way Wireless

ELK Products -M1 GOLD with Two-Way Wireless

The M1 Gold Security & Automation Control combines security, fire, energy management, lighting, and access control to provide total control of the home. Easily integrating with products of industry partner manufacturers, M1 controls offer a truly customized solution. With remote access capabilities and simple, user-friendly interfaces, M1 keeps homeowners informed and in control, anytime, anywhere! ELK's Two-Way Wireless family of products for the M1 offers a truly secure and reliable wireless solution with cutting edge techniques such as frequency hopping and UL approved jamming detection to defend against interference, hacking, and jamming. Advanced features ensure reliability, extend battery life, and provide innovative security enhancements including wirelessly interconnected smoke detectors, motion detectors with built-in security/convenience lights, and key fobs with a system status inquiry button, allowing users to see if an alarm has been activated before entering the home.