Wall Street Journal: "If you've zeroed in on the perfect 3-D television for your living room, what about the glasses? Currently, the choice of which 3-D specs to wear is dictated by the manufacturer, as the glasses are tied to a single brand of TV and can't be used on others. But as early as this month, next-generation 3-D glasses will be hitting stores. The new specs are designed to work with any TV or computer monitor capable of playing movies or shows in 3-D. This month, XpanD eyewear will go on sale at U.S. retailers. For $129, customers can purchase glasses that will work on any television or PC with 3-D."
Engadget: "If you thought that Apple's foray into the world of home entertainment died with the last iteration of the Apple TV, you're quite wrong. A tip we've received -- which has been confirmed by a source very close to Apple -- details the outlook for the next version of the Apple TV, and it's a doozy. According to our sources, this project has been in the works long before Google announced its TV solution, and it ties much more closely into Apple's mobile offerings. The new architecture of the device will be based directly on the iPhone 4 though it will be capable of full 1080p HD. The device is said to be quite small with a scarce amount of ports (only the power socket and video out), and has been described to some as "an iPhone without a screen." Are you ready for the real shocker? According to our sources, the price-point for the device will be $99. One more time -- a hundred bucks"
As many of you are aware, I try to be informative and break down the technology into a less technical fashion to help educate and inform those we've had contact with. The 3D technology is definitely improved and the movie experience is very involving. If you decide to jump in and get the technology, you'll definitely wow family and friends.
While most shoppers focus their efforts on selecting precisely the right 3D TV to meet their needs and budget, too many overlook the importance of mounts and accessories in the 3D viewing experience. Without the right mount, viewing position, cabling and glasses, it's virtually impossible to achieve the authentic, immersive experience most 3D enthusiasts desire. Ultimately, the 3D experience is only as good as the weakest link.
On January 4, 2008, a day before CES 2008, Warner Bros. (the only major studio still releasing movies in both HD DVD and Blu-Ray Disc format) announced that it would release only in Blu-Ray Disc after May 2008. This included other studios that came under the Warner umbrella, such as New Line Cinema and HBO -though in Europe, HBO distribution partner, the BBC, announced it would continue to release in both formats while keeping an eye on the market.
This year's NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) show had written/unwritten themes: bigger, faster, cheaper. close enough is good enough. what happens when the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) "steals" the broadcasters' spectrum
Maybe people like Jobs and Schmidt aren't omnipotent gods, but don't tick them off. Adobe insulted Steve back in '96 when they helped Gates first and wouldn't do a special version of software for the lowly Mac. Now Jobs looked down to the apps developers and said, "They need to be reminded of the order of things…" BAM!!! he eliminated Flash from their iPhone connection and wouldn't let it on his tablet.
With the iPhone®, iPod touch® and iPad™, Apple® has flung open the door to interacting with touchscreens and having fun doing it. This has created a whole new market for programmers and integrators, with Crestron leading the way. Crestron released the industry's first fully functioning iPad app before the iPad was even available.
By the time PC-based digital signage users realized that the February 2010 Microsoft security updates were causing their PCs to crash, it was already too late. Their PCs were plagued with the dreaded "blue screen of death" and rolling reboots, causing the digital signs they were using to deliver targeted messages to completely shut down.
Over the past 10 years we've studied the formation of more than 50 companies in the PC/CE/communications content arena. We've also talked with the heads of several venture capital organizations about the subject. We realize this isn't startling that 90 percent of them were started by engineers, beyond that, we focused on the disciplines that are generally found in engineers and entrepreneurs, The goal? See why so many individuals--and organizations--fail.
I've always said that the cable should be the easy part in the home cinema system installation - the bit you don't see when it's all finished, the bit that doesn't give you grief. With the advent of 3D, this mantra does not change.
From entertainment to lighting and energy controls, it is no exaggeration to say that home entertainment and control options have changed - or more appropriately, evolved - several-fold in a very short period of time. And, nowhere are these changes felt more clearly than in the area of distributed audio.
PEAC provides a robust, scalable and flexible platform to extend your health care facility and provide palliative care for your residents. It can be integrated during the construction or retrofitted onto an existing facility without the need for expensive rewiring.
Located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Media Decor, LLC was founded in 2003 to fulfill elegant designer-level solutions for today's home entertainment installations for designers, architects, and A/V custom installers.
NextGen is an innovative provider of unique a/v product solutions for the residential and light commercial markets. The company is best known for its award-winning Remote Extender which gives an ordinary remote control powerful RF capability. Founded in 2002 and based in Port Richey, Florida, NextGen designs and builds many of its award-winning products and then markets them throughout the world.
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Smart Bulbs are out there and they can do far more then just provide light. Speakers, projectors, wi-fi extenders and more. The standard light socket that is wired up and ready to go in nearly every home in North America is now providing an easy and affordable option for home owners and renters alike to enter into the world of the "Smart Home". Here is a look at some of the Smart Bulbs and Smart Lighting options out there, and this list is just the beginning. In this ongoing article we hope to continue to add to and grow this list, so stay tuned!