Smart Home Hardware and Services Revenue Set for a Steep Growth

Pratibha Nanduri for ReadITQuick:  Market research company Juniper Research, has released its latest report titled “Smart Home Markets: Entertainment, Monitoring, Automation, Health, Metering, Appliances 2017-2021.” The report on the research predicts that the market is slated for a steep growth from $83 billion in 2017 to $195 billion by 2021. The smart home market is a fast-moving one driven by Internet of Things (IoT) technologies like monitoring, smart automation and energy management services, required in consumer homes. Segment Evaluation The main segments driving this growth will be healthcare, automation, entertainment and connected devices. The smart appliances and home automation segment would be the fastest growing one during the forecast period with big companies like Samsung, Bosch and GE Appliances driving the growth. The revenue from the entertainment segment is expected to slow down due to increased use of home automation and smart appliances in emerging markets. In the connected services segment, the market share of Amazon and Netflix would fall from 70% in 2017 to 50% in 2021.   Cont'd...

Should You Buy a LCD, DLP or LCoS Projector?

Should you buy a projector that uses DLP, LCD, or LCoS? Well, let's try to figure this out.

Tomorrow's Entertainment: The New Breed of Filmmaker, Content Consumer in 25 Years

Thanks to the refinement of personal identity tracking and AI-based content management/delivery, channel surfing and buffering will be things your grandparents talk about in 2041.

Sony's New High Definition TV Has a Screen That's Also a Speaker

Mark Gurman for Bloomberg:  It's been a while since a new TV raised any eyebrows, but Sony Corp. has just unveiled a new product that's creating a bit of buzz at the annual CES industry gathering in Las Vegas.   Sony's XBR-A1E Bravia 4K is the electronics maker's first commercial foray into the niche market for televisions that use OLED, or organic light-emitting diode, technology. While the vivid, power-sipping screens have found their way onto smartphones, the cost of making them has so far limited their appeal for TVs. Only LG Electronics Inc. has made a serious effort to sell OLED TVs. Panasonic Corp. also unveiled an OLED TV at this year's CES. What's different about Sony's new A1E TV, however, is that the screen doubles as a speaker. By vibrating the display itself, Sony said it will be able to offer the "perfect unification of picture and sound unattainable by conventional TVs." This is possible because OLED screens don't require a backlight, according to the Tokyo-based company.   Cont'd...

Upcoming Tradeshow, Conference & Exhibition Summary - January - April 2017

Here is a summary of what Tradeshows, Conferences & Exhibitions to look forward to in the coming months.

Futuristic Style Home Automation with Linear Motion Systems

Futuristic home automation systems will feature advanced smart gadgets and more sophisticated software to carry out various complex functions in homes.

How to upgrade your home audio system without spending too much

David Nield for T3.com:  If you're looking to get better sound for your music, movies and podcasts around the home, then there are a dizzying number of options to sort through - no matter what you're looking to do, chances are there's a smart bit of kit out there to help you do it. For this particular feature we're going to look at reasonably-priced but top notch audio hardware - you really can break the bank with a home audio system, but if your budget's more towards the lower end of the scale, these are some of the devices worth a look.   Cont'd...

Work from Home? Renovate Your Home Office to be More Efficient and Tech Savvy

All of us have to do serious communicating in our day-to-day worklives, and that concept becomes all the more pressing when you work from home

CES - 160,000 People Can't be Wrong!

Over 160,000 people attend to meet with top industry professionals, see the latest gadgets and attend some great parties. Vegas holds some of the greatest trade shows, but CES is the largest-so, wear good walking shoes.

Quantum Dots will Power Display Products to the Next Level

Quantum dot technology is now fueling a range of LCD displays, offering a WCG that can be larger than that offered by OLED displays and other LCD technologies. When coupled with HDR, quantum dot displays offer some of the best picture performance on the market.

Integrated Control with MMS-5A and Crestron SmartObject™ Technology

From a video projector-based home theater to window treatments, advanced use of security cameras, home automation and whole-house entertainment, the Integrated Concepts show home is an ideal environment to highlight the ever evolving world of the connected home.

Demystifying Acoustic Data: Part 2 - Test Material Mounting

In this series, acoustician Cameron Girard of Acoustics First® hopes to help you distinguish between what's useful and what's not.

VR Filmmaking: The New Film, Video Experience Begins to Take Hold

VR takes you into a filmed or computer-generated world, while AR adds something into your world.

Is a 4K Projector in Your Future?

Although 4K projection is in its infancy, these projectors offer a vast improvement in resolution, detail, smoothness, and clarity.

For Visio, PDF is the new DWG

During discussions with the Visio product team I realized that PDF is the new intermediate file format for Visio, not DWG. For example, PDF's from AutoCAD are plotted at a specific paper size and scale, perfect for Visio.

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