Sanyo has unveiled two LCD projectors, one of them a portable model with an automatic setup process, the other a full sized HD unit with high brightness.
The effective use of a large outside digital display inspired the University of British Columbia (UBC) to undertake a much larger digital signage scheme with a dedicated Web site, cross-department leadership, and a continual search for "great content."
Crestron has unveiled its first DigitalMedia Presentation System (DMPS), the DMPS-300-C, a high-definition presentation control and signal routing solution.
Sennheiser has unveiled the first two models of their new entry-level series of speakers’ microphones, along with 12 new evolution wireless G3 100 Series combo kits and new operating software for the ADN discussion system.
A year after implementing an extensive high-definition video system in its arena, Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH has begun using a remote access application on mobile devices to show off the signage to potential sponsors and event producers. The result: more sponsorship sales and events.
BenQ will release the MX850UST, an energy-efficient DLP projector with a contrast ratio of 13,000:1, this August.
At the InfoComm 2011 conference in Orlando, FL, AVTEQ introduced its new videoconferencing solution, the AVTEQ Elite EL-2000.
At InfoComm in Orlando, FL, AMX debuted a new software tool that allows IT administrators to remotely manage and monitor audiovisual equipment and building systems, such as lights and HVAC, from a centralized dashboard.
Viewsonic has rolled out two sub-$700 LCD projectors with wired networking and the ability to project color corrected images on nonwhite surfaces.
Aurora Multimedia has unveiled a Web-based controller that manipulates AV devices through touch screen inputs and programmed event triggers. The company has also released a button controller with an LCD readout.