In an era where technology is advancing rapidly, the AV industry is still trying to wrap its collective heads around such things as AI and the metaverse. For now, the concept of sentient tech remains controversial and fraught with myriad ethical concerns. It brings to mind how such things are portrayed in film and television.
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Meetings are generally viewed as boring, time-wasting affairs. They can be breeding grounds for contentious dynamics as co-workers fight to stand out from the crowd. While meetings can be helpful for collaboration, excessive, back-to-back sessions can leave people feeling micro-managed. This slows productivity to a halt and may stunt the growth of high-performers who, if
In today’s competitive market, businesses need to find new ways to attract customers and stay ahead of the game. Video wall and Digital signage solutions are two powerful tools that can help businesses enhance customer engagement and create memorable experiences. In this post, we’ll explore the benefits of video wall and digital signage solutions and
When it comes to projectors, one of the most important specifications to consider is brightness. Projector brightness is typically measured in lumens, but there are actually two different types of lumens: ANSI lumens and lumens. In this blog post, we’ll explain the difference between ANSI lumens and lumens and why it’s important to understand this
OPTICAL PROJECTION DISPLAYS OR BIG LED’S? Thanks to contrast-enhancing screen technology, projection is a very cost-effective alternative to LED displays in many brightly lit indoor environments. Direct view LED displays are great for large venues with high levels of ambient light. But there is an alternative way to deliver high quality images on big displays!
In the highly competitive automotive industry, a positive experience at an auto dealership can bring big dividends in customer loyalty and prospective purchases. To that end, Hendrick Lexus in Pleasanton, California, recently enhanced its showroom with a dazzling 32 ft video wall featuring an RGB Spectrum Galileo processor powering a 3×8 array of Samsung LCD
Gefen is now shipping two new Gefen® 4K Ultra HD Multi-Format 2×1 HDBaseT™ Senders (EXT-UHDV-WP-HBTLS-TX and EXT-UHDV-HBTLS-TX) and a 4K Ultra HD HDBaseT™ Receiver (EXT-UHDA-HBTL-RX). “Gefen builds compelling and easy-to-install solutions that make signal extension effortless for professional installers while enhancing the performance and utility of any AV installation for the end-user,” said Nortek Security
Network Device Interface (NDI) is a royalty free standard developed by NewTek to enable video-compatible products to communicate, deliver, and receive broadcast quality video in a high quality, low latency manner that is frame-accurate and suitable for switching in a live production environment. The protocol is designed to be highly robust and is used in
HDBaseT is a connectivity standard for whole-house and commercial distribution of uncompressed HD multimedia content. The cornerstone of HDBaseT™ technology is 5Play™, a feature set that converges: 1. Audio & Video – uncompressed 2K/4K 2. Ethernet – at 100Mb 3. Control (IR, RS-232, CEC, IP) 4. USB 2.0 – KVM, Touchscreen, and USB extension 5.
Network Device Interface cameras support power, control audio & video all over a single Ethernet cable thus simplifying installation & setup for live streaming systems. NDI cameras work on Ethernet & can have access to other camera components from anywhere in its network. NDI cameras eliminates use of capture cards by broadcasting video over IP.