Wireless Speaker System Features Outstanding Sound Quality and Extended Battery Life in a Sexy, 360-Degree Enclosure
New D-Link® Pan & Tilt Day/Night Network Camera Delivers Advanced Features at a Very Affordable Price
Enabled Cloud Camera Offers Professional Surveillance Performance for Home Users and Small Business Owners for Under $100
As an established stocking distributor, BlackWire Designs will be able to process dealer orders promptly, while putting Axxess Industries products in dealers' hands both more efficiently and economically.
A world full of Internet-connected devices is a giant step closer to reality thanks to a new communications system that works without batteries or wires for power. Just as we use mirrors to reflect light, or turbines to catch the wind, this technique — known as "ambient backscatter"— co-opts transmissions from TV and cellular towers and reflects them to exchange information between wireless devices. These waves serve as both a source of power and carriers of information. "We just use existing signals all around us," Shyam Gollakota, an assistant professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Washington in Seattle, explained to NBC News. He and colleagues built a proof-of-concept system consisting of credit-card-size electronic devices that use antennas to detect, harness and reflect a TV signal, which is then picked up by similar devices. Since TV signals are reflected off buildings, cars, trees and everything else in a city as it travels from a transmission tower to a TV set, the extra reflection doesn't degrade the signal. "Our reflection is yet just another reflection," Gollakota said. The prototype devices communicate with each other over a distance of several feet. They flash little LED lights when they receive a signal from another device. The applications of the technology are limitless: a keychain that sends out a text message to its owner's mobile phone when it falls out of a pocket, for instance; or an array of pad-like sensors embedded in a roof that relay a message to a homeowner when a water leak is detected.
NEW CONTROL4 AND VANTAGE CONTROL SYSTEM APPS TO BE RELEASED AT 2013 CEDIA EXPO; FIRST MEDIA SERVER TO SUPPORT CONTROL SYSTEM PLAYBACK OF ITUNES MOVIES AND MUSIC
Phoenix Audio Technologies Enhances Audio Conferencing Installment Capabilities For Education Market
Phoenix Audio Technologies, a world leader in real time audio communications, offers latest product advancements for Quattro3 that provide distance learning environments with affordable, easily deployed and flexible audio conferencing solution.
The Room Resonance Remover(tm) is a new audio notch filter specifically designed to cut in the 125-540hz range to counteract room resonances that degrade sound quality in PA Systems & Home Stereos. It is designed & built in the USA.
Most home automation equipment includes a microcontroller and Kanda supply programmers to easily update their firmware. Most AVR or PIC programmers are designed for product development but production and maintenance engineers need different solutions.
CyberPower Inc. unveiled its Zeus Hercules gaming notebook, which incorporates the latest innovations from Intel, such as the hyperbaric cooling solution and Intel's Iris Pro Graphics 5200 to set a new standard for ultraportable gaming notebooks. Base price for the Zeus Hercules starts at $1039.
NVU is pleased to announce the addition of Custom TV Frames for Flat-Panel Televisions to consumers across Canada. TV Frames are handmade and manufacturered entirely in Canada, and can be made to fit any TV from 19" - 90".
Viewable gallery at http://backyardphotos.sunbritetv.com/ highlights striking backyards featuring SunBriteTV's
The Gurdon Institute was identified as one of five pilot departments due to its high energy consumption.
This growing saturation of the market provides the backdrop for this year's TV Connect MENA
HTT-B2EX-BATT provides simple control from the bedside in the home to the luxury hotel room.
LG Display has also integrated IPS technology into its Ultra HD TV panels which allows the depiction of uniform picture images from every angle.
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As flat panels themselves become increasingly slimmer, customers are looking for even more ways to get these mounted TVs and monitors as flush with the wall as possible. The Video Mount Products IWB-1B is an in wall box that allows up to a 32-inch flat panel to fully collapse into a wall. It installs easily between two 16-inch on center wooden studs, has integrated cable and electrical knockouts, and a high load capacity. The IWB-1B works with the LCD-1B and LCD-2537B mounts. The IWB-1 is yet another option for discerning installers and customers who demand both aesthetic appeal as well as the famed VMP reliability. Whether in the office, commercial install, home, or any other application where a low-profile wall mounted flat panel option is desired, the VMP IWB-1B is the answer.