Dr. Woo will present his insight on the role of components in enabling consumer product innovations.
A new method for producing multiple-perspective 3-D images could prove more practical in the short term than holography.
- Pro audio technology innovator Aphex releases the Audio Xciter™ music player app, providing unprecedented sound quality on mobile devices through its proprietary Xciter digital signal processor (DSP), previously available only in pro audio equipment -
Appointed first global master distributor for Azuan Technologies New offer supports patented QR Code authentication process
Latest Introduction Meets Demanding Military 810G Durability Standards, Offers Sunlight-Readable Screen and Assorted Wireless Connections and Security Options
-Five Channels, HDMI Inputs, Lossless HD Surround Processing, 450 Watts of Power With Wireless Subwoofer-
Discover the buzz around CEDIA EXPO 2012. From the kitchen of the future (you will hardly recognize it), how EXPO is helping you get things done to sneak peeks and new product launches, explore the hottest stories about CEDIA EXPO! Remember, CEDIA EXPO 2012’s first chance to save big ends today! Register before 5:00 p.m. (PST) and save up to 40% off your registration fee. 3 Sneak Peeks Into CEDIA EXPO 2012 “Own the network. Own the home.” You may have heard this phrase around the industry in the past few months. But exactly does that mean and how can it help your business? Here are three sneak peeks into CEDIA EXPO 2012 that not only address owning the network and the home, but also help it can help you increase your bottom line. (more) Q: What Do John Dillinger, Kurt Vonnegut and CEDIA EXPO 2012 Have In Common? (Infographic) A: The gangster, the writer, and the industry’s leading tradeshow have all called Indianapolis home. While the Circle City has bid farewell to Dillinger and Vonnegut, CEDIA EXPO returns to Indianapolis once again in 2012. The show will come to the Indiana Convention Center September 5-8, packing a punch that’s sure to be one for the books. How? Well, let the numbers show you… (more) The Kitchen of 2016: It’s Not Your Mother’s Kitchen… Come 2016, your mom will hardly recognize the kitchen she had once known and loved (or for some, hated). Moving away from the concept of the “smart home,” in 2016 the completely intuitive home will be smartly designed and integrated … (more) Taking Care of Business As a small business owner, managing an infinite to-do list isn’t something new. You are a chameleon of change and “going with the flow.” You make juggling different job functions on any given day look easy. You check emails on your lunch break and at stoplights (we won’t tell). You are a master at multitasking and making sure everything on the schedule is updated and running smoothly… (more)
Atlona(R) today announced that the company has formed a distribution partnership with Texas-based WAVE Electronics. Under the agreement, WAVE Electronics will distribute and provide dealer training for Atlona's entire line of digital connectivity solutions throughout the U.S.
ebode just keeps on going! After introducing the Indoor IP Camera last month, now they introduce the Outdoor IP Camera.
GstarCAD together with its local distributors successfully attended INDOBUILDTECH (Indonesia Building Material Technology Expo & Conference) from June 27-July 1, 2012.
South Korean CJ Group is planning to equip about 200 U.S. movie theaters with equipment that will bring movies into the 4 th dimension. Such equipment comprise moving seats, giant fans that simulate wind, strobe lights for lightning and explosions and tiny nozzles that can spray water, mist, bubbles, scents and odors. CJ Groups 4DPlex already screens about 20 movies per year in international locations. Costing about $2m to equip a 240-seat theater (half of which is funded by the theater owner) means selling 250,000 tickets at an $8 premium to recover the investment for both parties. Director of Cinepolis in Mexico said that their 4DPlex theaters do two to three times the business of conventional theaters. If the plans come to fruition, it must spell trouble for D-Box Technologies, who have around 100 locations that offer moving seats. With home theaters and media rooms becoming more popular, will this be enough to entice former movie goers back to the big screen?
As a cord cutter myself, I’ve been eagerly awaiting something come to fruition from Canonical’s Ubuntu TV. Previous inquiries have been greeted with a stock response: “community has been incredible. We are still at a very early stage of development, but it certainly seems to have attracted huge interest which we are only now fully getting on top of. Right now, we’re focusing on working with hardware and content partners to bring Ubuntu TV to your living room. If you are interested in updates, the easiest thing to do is join the Ubuntu TV group on Facebook.” It looks like the wait may be almost over. A new website http://www.doadjustyourset.com/ is now the source of the Ubuntu TV Project Weekly Update. The first week’s post has just gone up. I still don’t think it’ll happen tomorrow, as one of the posts on this week’s update is asking for recommendations on scopes. From the screenshots (or mockups) on the main Ubuntu TV web site it looks like it’s going to be a great product. With Microsoft looking like they’re abandoning Windows Media Center (a mistake in my opinion), the timing could be just right. Of course the fact that it runs on UNIX is going to make it a non-starter for most (unless they can match Apple’s success with OS X).
StrandVision Digital Signage today announced that it has served more than 5,000,000,000 pages of digital signage content to its customers. The milestone, which was reached on July 5 at 8:33:42 a.m. central time, is the result of an ever-increasing customer base, multiple digital signage feeds across customer sites around the world and an accelerating number of pages and information that its customers are streaming to their respective customers, visitors and employees over their digital signage networks. The signage messages are being displayed via physical digital signage players and displays, employee browser home pages and virtual screens on internal and external Web sites. “StrandVision Digital Signage continues to grow in importance as a business marketing communications tool for our customers,” commented Mike Strand StrandVision founder and CEO. “Our flexible, cloud-based subscription service allows our customers to create customized digital signage networks that range from a single screen to multi-facility corporate-wide and even international deployments of hundreds of digital signage players. We find that our customers often start with basic systems and then dramatically expand them as they realize the potential. The success is evident in the numbers.”
Visual Display Technology Captures the Magnificence of the Colorado Landscape in Brilliant, Crisp Colors
Draper, Inc., is introducing Radiant CT2900E, a retroreflective viewing surface designed to deliver a bright image no matter what the lighting situation.
Records 11566 to 11580 of 29883
Automation & Control - Featured Product
The BLE2 Series replaces our popular BLE Series and continues our brushless motor advantages by featuring an all new compact, high-power and high-efficiency brushless DC motor combined with a Driver that can be digitally set and controlled via external DC voltage or by the front panel. The BLE2 Series can easily compete with larger 3-phase inverter driven motors in many more applications, with built-in simple holding torque function, saving space and increasing performance thanks to the advantages of a brushless motor design. The BLE2 Series has a maximum speed of 4000 r/min, achieving a speed ratio of 1:50 (80 to 4000 r/min). The new motor structure is small than previous models and enables high power and high efficiency while incorporating easy setting, installation and wiring. The new motor connector offers IP66 degree of protection and allows for easy and direct connection between motor and driver with two available orientation of cable outlet direction.