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What's New:
Video Technology
By Laura Dixon
Toshiba's IK-52V (1/2in.) and IK-53V (1/3in.) CCD cameras feature VGA resolution; shutter speed selection from 1/60sec. to 1/100,000sec.; non-interlaced...

Toshiba Offers a new Functional and Affordable Projector  

Toshiba’s Digital Products Division (DPD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, introduced the TDP-T9U projector, a high-performance, portable presentation solution for mobile professionals, educators, corporate customers, and small- to medium-size businesses, priced affordably at $1,099....

Hitachi America Brings Introduces the ED-X8250 Projector 

Bringing high resolution and affordability to the business market, Hitachi has announced the introduction of the new ED-X8250 projector....

What's New: Video Technology 
By Laura Dixon
BenQ's FP202W 20in. widescreen LCD monitor offers enhanced image quality with an 8ms response time, a 16801050 resolution, and a 600:1 contrast...

Top Technology Products of 2005  
By Jack Kontney
What's the next big thing? New products are brought to market at an ever-increasing pace. We see them at trade shows; we see them advertised. And, as your caretakers of industry news...

PLUS Vision Corp. of America Introduces Projector with Dual Color Mode Technology 

PLUS Vision Corporation of America, the leader in lightweight, mobile projector technology, raises the bar in the industry with the introduction of its V-339. The 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 2.8-pound 1300 lumen projector is ideal for home or business use within industry segments like healthcare, pharmaceutical, architecture, design, photography, education or government....

Peerless Industries Presents Pre-assembled Projector Mount Adapter Plate 

What New: Video Technology 

Livid Instruments' Virtual V-4 Element hardware gives the Edirol V-4 video mixer direct access to Livid's Union realtime video performance software, , allowing third-party developers, artists, and students to create custom plug-ins for Livid software. Users can assign hundreds of effects parameters to the V-4's knobs, trigger thousands of video files, and manipulate live camera feeds. With one MIDI cable, the plug-in, and a laptop, Livid has significantly decreased the amount of gear and cables needed for live video production, while doubling the output capabilities...

Picture This: CEDIA 2005 
By Jeff Sauer
Indianapolis has been the home of CEDIA almost since its inception in 1989 and the home of CEDIA EXPO for six of the last seven years. It's a friendly Midwestern city with surprisingly interesting architecture (the Crowne Plaza Hotel is in a refurbished train depot where you can stay in rooms...

CEDIA Award Winners  
By Mark Johnson
In a word, yikes! That about sums up the 2005 CEDIA EXPO. The show has outgrown its home at the Indy convention center/RCA Dome. Exhibitors' booths were set up in every conceivable location, with overflow into the Marriott across the street...

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