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Setting The Agenda: Paul Salvini, Christie

Article imagePaul Milligan spoke with Paul Salvini, the CTO of Christie, to find out where the high-end projector manufacturer is headed. "We always look to push what’s possible," is a quote we’d expect to hear from someone at Google or Apple. But it’s from the CTO of projector giant Christie.Full Story...


Article image Connecting one and all with BYOD

The rise of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) has caught organisations on the hop, and they are having to accommodate a range of devices and platforms as fast as they can. Paul Milligan looks at the issues involved, and what AV can learn from IT in putting systems in place.Full Story...

Creating an escape with digital cinema

The AV market in Kuwait: Starting from scratch

Tech focus on Audio DSP: Processed IPs

The Rental and Staging market is live and kicking

Setting The Agenda: Bjorn Krylander, Datapath

Telling a story in visitor attractions

Setting The Agenda: Paul Salvini, Christie

Video pervades corporate market

Visualisers bring learning to life

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Article image Batteryless sensors on verge of release

A wireless ultra-low-power microchip set for release next year by American firm PsiKick could be a key driver in the development of the Internet of Things. The company was launched by two university professors who have spent the last decade developing ‘sub-threshold’ microchips. Their creation uses the small amount of current that flows through a circuit’s transistor, even when it is switched off, to operate with 100 to 1,000 times less power consumption than comparable microchips.Full Story...

Video: LG 18" transparent & rollable displays in action

Apple and IBM forge partnership to explore corporate apps

Cascaded display quadruples LCD pixel density

Digital signage player released for Raspberry Pi

RTI now shipping RK1+ in-wall keypad

“World’s first” projection-mapped display unit launched

LG unveils roll up and see-through OLED displays

World's biggest screen with a price tag to match

Extron introduces SpeedMount speaker system for suspended ceilings



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Lab.gruppen introduces D Series amps
Håkan Gustaffson, product manager for Lab.gruppen, introduces the D Series amps on show at Infocomm 2014. The amps will be available for purchase in late Q3.

Meyer Sound intros UPJ-1XP loudspeaker
Jon Monitto, Meyer Sound, introduces the UPJ-1XP loudspeaker, on of the company's low voltage installation speakers from its IntelligentDC line.

Martin Audio launches DD12 loudspeaker
Martin Audio's Jason Baird takes InAVate.TV through the company's DD12, a two-way powered loudspeaker.


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