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Technology Showcase:
DVRs and Beyond

By Bret Bass

When considering the largest existing market opportunity for video surveillance systems, J.P. Freeman Co., a leading...

What's New:
AV Technology

Tributaries' Silver series HDMI cables feature high-conductivity OFHC copper signal conductors, which are silver-plated to provide a low-loss path for the digital signal and protection against copper oxidation...

Plus Vision Introduces Dual-Color-Mode Projector 

Plus Vision raises the bar in the projection industry with the introduction of its V-339. According to the company, its DLP projector with patent-pending Dual Color Mode technology is the first projector that can switch between two color modes for optimal color usage. This 2.8lb., 1300-lumen projector is ideal for home or business use within industry segments like health care, pharmaceutical, architecture, design, photography, education, and government. With an award-winning design, the V-Series projector allows users to push a single button to switch color-wheel configurations between presentation and premium video applications. For business presentations, a four-segment color wheel, “dynamic mode,” consisting of red, green, blue, and white color segments can be used. For home use or business applications, when more vibrant color saturation is required, the projector can be switched to the six-segment color wheel, “vivid mode,” which has a red-green-blue-red-green-blue configuration....

3M Touch Systems Announces Shipment of Dispersive Signal Technology Product  

3M Touch Systems announced the availability of its breakthrough touchscreen technology—Dispersive Signal Technology (DST). U.S.-based Richardson Electronics’ Pixelink division will offer an integrated NEC MultiSync LCD 4010 40in. TFT touchscreen monitor solution incorporating the 3M MicroTouch DST touchscreen and controller. This preliminary release touch monitor solution is available for sale and shipment from Pixelink Corporation....

What's New: Video Technology 

The NEC SpectraView LCD2180WG LED monitor uses a combination of red, green, and blue LEDs to produce its white-light backlight source, which provides...

Technology Showcase:
Videoconferencing Systems

By Bennett Liles

Videoconferencing had been a technology-in-waiting from the time AT&T introduced the first Picturephone at the 1964 World's Fair until about 10 years ago. Then, hardware started shrinking in size and price, while new compression techniques packed more data into the pipes and broadband access broke through to the suburbs...

Sony Introduces Two New LCD Display Lines  

Sony introduced two new product lines to its award-winning StylePro and DeluxePro series of LCD computer displays, engineered specifically for corporate, government, and education markets. The two new display lines offer multiple model configurations aimed at meeting the specific needs of the business professional, while providing the best cost-effective solution. Available in two sizes, 17in. and 19in., the new lines allow users to choose from more than 15 feature combinations to meet their office computing needs....

InfoComm Redux  

By Mark Johnson and Trevor Boyer

When I think of InfoComm, a snippet of an old Doobie Brothers song comes to mind: "It keeps you runnin'…" This is a big show, with much territory to cover. While not as large as NAB or CES, InfoComm has steadily grown to a size that only a limited number...

Kramer Connects with Hi-Speed FireWire 

Kramer Electronics, Ltd., a worldwide supplier of audio, video, and computer graphics signal distribution, switching, and processing equipment for the broadcast, production, security, education, home theater, and pro AV presentation markets, announced the newest addition to its popular line of Kramer Tools, the VS-30FW FireWire repeater/hub....

Sonic Foundry Releases New Line of Mediasite Recorders 

Sonic Foundry has announced the release of the Mediasite 440 series of rich media recorders. Debuting at InfoComm 2005, the expanded Mediasite line now includes a newly designed mobile Mediasite ML440 recorder, the rackmountable Mediasite RL440 recorder, and an entirely new addition: the Mediasite VL440 videoconferencing recorder. With the Mediasite 440 series, Sonic Foundry continues to drive the evolution of rich media communications with the industry's most complete offering of recording and publishing solutions to address a variety of organizational requirements for rich media. Pioneering the Rich Media Industry
Whether capturing multimedia presentations, meetings, or videoconferences, each Mediasite rich media recorder is optimized for distinct applications, giving organizations and system integrators maximum flexibility to build the types of rich media communication environments that precisely fit their needs. Mediasite rich media recorders seamlessly integrate with existing AV, presentation, and videoconferencing technologies to immediately expand any organization's rich media communication possibilities. In addition, Sonic Foundry added a number of powerful capabilities, including the ability to quickly edit content captured with Mediasite, advanced automation, and expanded browser support for playback. ...

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