HealthSpot to lead more than 215 companies with health and fitness technology exhibits
Planar announces new line of multi-touch desktop monitors optimized for the all-new touch interface of Microsoft Windows 8
Just as the original iPad made touchscreens commonplace in the home two years ago (has it really only been two years?) due to its features, apps, and yes it’s price, the iPad Mini’s reduced barrier to entry will almost certainly lead to a new boom in the proliferation of touchscreens in the home. Before the iPad, home touchscreens were generally only sold as part of much larger home automation systems. They were the remote control interfaces for advanced home theater, lighting, climate, and security control. And yes, they made it easy to see at a glance what was going on around the home, as well as activate sophisticated, complicated home control scenarios at the touch of a button, but at upwards of $1500 apiece, they were also a significant investment, especially when you consider that home control and monitoring (and maybe rudimentary web browsing) were all they could do. At first glance, it isn’t obvious how the iPad Mini plays into (or changes) this paradigm. But what you may not have noticed is that in the couple of years since the iPad launched, the few remaining companies who still manufacturer dedicated touchscreen remotes for home automation have changed their offerings quite a bit in response to Apple’s paradigm shifter. Touchscreens have gotten smaller, for one thing, and in fact, most new dedicated home automation touchscreens are of the seven-inch variety. So the size of the Mini certainly isn’t a surprise. It’s the perfect middle-ground between the smart phone and full-sized tablet: still small enough to be held one-handed, but large enough that you don’t have to squint to read the screen (or, especially in the case of home control apps, flip through multiple control screens to get to the page you want).
With a new approach to image enhancement that goes "beyond the limits of fidelity," DARBEE Visual Presence image enhancement technology is now available in a small video processor, called The Darblet. 5 months on the market and the accolades abound!
Influxis and Teradek joined together to provide comprehensive wireless live streaming solutions, from wireless encoding to real-time delivery to viewers
The Monster Encoder converts most video types into MP4 or Flash format
Compact Audio Meter Ensured Clear and Consistent Dialogue for Fraternity Hazing Movie
32-Track Audio Recorder Incorporated into File-Based Audio/Video Recorder/Player
Also enhances MagicBox WebSuite, a web-based platform offering enterprise applications for digital signage
Symetrix' open-architecture programming is intuitive and comprehensive.
Providing spectacular sound, best-in-class video, exquisite design and convenient access to a complete range of online possibilities
Electronic Security Association (ESA) provides home safety tips for Crime Prevention Month.
New X2O Platform Turns Any Content Into Real-Time Channels, Published and Viewed on Any Device
Christie Surpasses Own 63,000 Lumen Record Set at September IBC Show, Achieving World's Brightest Laser Projection
Sound Channels in manufactured using Eco-fi fibers.
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