Unified Electronic Security Solution Improves Automotive Part Company's Production, Efficiency and Safety

Rapid return on investment for cutting edge video surveillance and analytical technology.

CIA Exploits of IoT Devices, What Lessons Can We Learn?

All too often, companies building connected devices either ignore security completely, try to bolt it on late in the development cycle, or treat it as a "nice to have" feature.

High Resolution Audio for Great Sound

Headphones, speaker drivers and amplifiers credited with the Hi-Res Audio logo must produce a bandwidth of 40kHz and digital inputs and processing must be capable of handling at least 24bit/96kHz.

Is Home Theater Dead?

While I doubt people will ever get tired of sitting in front of a great pair of speakers, the way technology is progressing seems to bring technology to a more and more personal level.

Understanding Trade-offs in Microdisplay and Direct-View VR Headset Designs

There is currently some debate about which VR headset architecture will create the "best" images with the "best" form factor at the "right" price. In writing this white paper, we started the process by framing the issues as a choice between microdisplay-based designs vs. direct-view panel designs.

PureLink Case Study: Broadcast Industry Application

This installation required a switching system able to bridge the SDI and A/V systems gap.

Linear Actuators in Home Automation & Prosthetics

Some examples of projects that our customers have built are electric cupboards and drawer slides, hidden compartments in furniture and behind picture frames, automated windows and skylights as well as kitchen elements such as spice racks that drop down into a counter.

Could a Smart Water Heater Be Part of the Renewable Grid Equation?

Scientists are currently toying with compressed air tanks-but another idea would place energy storage squarely in the hands of residents, through the humble water heater.

Top Must Have Automation Devices

The features to consider before settling on the device include its ability to function without internet connection if this then that (IFTT) and multiple network support.

Post-Dubai VR Interview with Lewis Smithingham, President of 30ninjas

Shortly after his return from the Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF), we caught up with Lewis Smithingham, president of 30ninjas at CES in Las Vegas where he was busy shooting and producing VR (virtual reality) content for a number of the leading firms that were unveiling new VR products.

Get the Most Out of Your Center Channel

The center channel is often referred to as the most important speaker in a surround sound system. Considering the amount of work its asked to do, that kind of a statement is hard to argue.

VR Progress: The Alternate World of Virtual Reality at CES

Even though industry analysts are lukewarm on the success of VR (virtual reality), you couldn't tell it as you navigated around many of the booths during CES with HMDs (head-mounted displays) taking you into fantastic immersive worlds and games.

Deep-Domain Conversational Artificial Intelligence

Conversational applications may seem simple on the surface, but building truly useful conversational experiences represents one of the hardest AI challenges solvable today.

Sound Advancement in Mobile Devices

When it comes to music we care a great deal more about sound quality than mobile phone manufacturers do, but with the advent of Hi-Res Audio (HRA), which is now on the cusp of taking the mobile world by storm, we are hearing audio capable of reproducing the full range of sound from recordings that have been mastered from high quality music sources.

Aperion Audio Founder Win Jeanfreau Speaks on CES 2017

CES 2017…How do you summarize an event attended by 177,393 people from all around the world, spread out over 2.47 million square feet of exhibit space, located at 7 different venues throughout the strip, with literally thousands of vendors clamoring for your attention?

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