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University claims vast improvement on Kinect with 3D scanning system

Article image A team at Northwestern University's McCormick School of Engineering in the US believes it can give Microsoft's Kinect motion sensor a run for its money with a prototype 3D scanning system. Since its launch into the gaming sphere, Kinect has been successfully integrated into other devices over a variety of platforms, but according to the academic team, led by Oliver Cossairt, assistant professor of electrical engineering and computer science, it has some fundamental limitations.Full Story...


Gefen appoints master distributor in Central Europe

Gefen has announced the appointed of COMM-TEC GmbH the master distributor of its products throughout Central Europe, including Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Benelux.Full Story...

InAVate readers scoop €900 prize

InAVate has revealed two winners of Apple vouchers totalling €900 following a recent prize draw amongst respondents to an InAVate survey.Full Story...

Midwich buys PSCo

Barco updates financing options for Europe

Audio Visual Material signs Toshiba deal

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Article image Hitachi launches ultra short throw lens

Hitachi has extended its range of interchangeable lenses for 9000 Series Installation projectors with the addition of the ultra short throw FL-900.Full Story...

Article image tvONE unveils advances to CORIOmaster systems

tvONE has announced two major advances to CORIOmaster systems including live video window transitions and custom resolutions.Full Story...

Crestron adds three 4K presentation switchers

Extron introduces DTP transmitters for 4K DisplayPort

Aten launches HDBaseT extender


Music Group buys TC Group

Music Group ended months of speculation today when it announced the acquisition of TC Group. The audio company that owns Tannoy and Lab Gruppen has been up for sale for some time and will now join brands such as Midas, Klark Teknik, Turbosound and Behringer under the Music Group umbrella.Full Story...

Article image WiFo boosts Wi-Fi bandwidth tenfold

Researchers at Oregon State University are developing technology which can boost the bandwidth Wi-Fi by up to ten times by using LED lights to transmit information. Called WiFO, it differs from Li-Fi – which uses LEDs as a primary method for transmitting and receiving information – by offering a hybrid system that seeks to overcome the issue of bandwidth being shared between several devices.Full Story...

L-Acoustics unveils X series speakers

NEC launches digital cinema laser projector

Datapath unveils 4K/60 capture card



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DiGiCo shows off S21 mixing console
James Gordon from DiGiCo highlights the features of the company's new S21 mixing console.

Meyer Sound's Leopard loudspeaker unveiled
Luke Jenks from Meyer Sound introduces the Leopard 900-LFC at Prolight + Sound 2015.

Roland unveils flagship M5000 mixing console
Nico Suarez from Roland Systems Group introduces the company's new flagship M5000 mixing console.


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