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InfoComm Connected 2020 and Pro-AV

by Matthew Brennesholtz

As anyone who follows the Professional Audio-Video (Pro-AV) business already knows, InfoComm 2020, originally scheduled to be a real event in Las Vegas, was transformed into a virtual event, InfoComm Connected 2020. This is …

Tags:Avixa (was Infocomm)| Covid-19| InfoComm Connected 2020| Pro AV

Sharp and the 8K Ecosystem

by Matthew Brennesholtz

On May 11, Sharp USA had a webinar on 8K titled “Beyond 4K: Exploring Sharp’s 8K Ecosystem.” Since Sharp has said it will not be a US television supplier, the webinar focused on professional …

Tags:HDR - High Dynamic Range| HFR - High Frame Rate| Pro AV| sharp| Super Hi-Vision (8K)| Wide Colour Gamut (WCG)

Corporate Events in the Days of Coronavirus, Part 2: XR, MR and AR

by Matthew Brennesholtz

In yesterday’s DD, (Corporate Events in the Days of Coronavirus, Part 1: Event Production) I discussed the production of a live online event that largely duplicates the experience of an in-person event. In today’s …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Covid-19| Mixed Reality| Pro AV| Streaming Video

Corporate Events in the Days of Coronavirus, Part 1: Event Production

by Matthew Brennesholtz

On April 16th, AVIXA hosted a webinar titled “Rewriting the Future: Emerging Video Trends for Corporate Events” that I attended. The webinar focused on emerging online video trends for corporate events including mixed reality …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Covid-19| Mixed Reality| Pro AV| Streaming Video

Esports, a Display Lover’s Paradise

by Matthew Brennesholtz

Esports is a branch of the immense computer game industry. According to Wikipedia, game competition is almost as old as electronic games themselves with the first formal video game competition held at Stamford University …

Tags:eSports| Game Playing| Market Data| Pro AV

Looking for a Job? Think Pro-AV

by Matthew Brennesholtz

Unemployment in the US is low right now and a lot of companies, a lot of industries, for that matter, are out there looking for skilled workers. One of the industries that needs an …

Tags:it| Pro AV

What Bob Saw on the Net 17/04/2019

by Bob Raikes

Most days, our editor, Bob, spends some time looking around the net for news. Here are some articles and links that he thought worth sharing… (note that registration or subscriptions may be required!) Video …

Tags:5G| Apple| Augmented Reality| Cameras| Distribution| Flexible Displays| Litigation| Medical| Patents| Pro AV| Qualcomm| Samsung| Smartphones| ViewSonic| Virtual Reality

Jean Francois Lienard and Auke Meijer

Match Event Invests in ROE Visual LED Equipment

by Andrew Fenn

Match Event, a French audiovisual supplier, has invested heavily in ROE Visual LED panels. The company has bought over 400 of ROE’s Black Pearl LED displays, and aims to position itself as a major …

Tags:Back Panel| DOOH| Large Display Monitor| LED| Pro AV| Vol 25 - Issue 37

Avixa: Global Pro-AV Industry to Grow to $230 Billion by 2023

by Andrew Fenn

The professional AV industry will grow from $186 billion in 2018 to $230 billion by 2023, according to Avixa. The new report examines the forces driving this growth on a global scale, from macroeconomic …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Market Data| Pro AV| Vol 25 - Issue 36

Panasonic and Optoma Projectors Used at Istanbul Youth Festival

by Andrew Fenn

At this year’s Istanbul Youth Festival in Turkey, EvenTech used almost 70 video projectors to create a dome projection light show. Three domes of varying diameters were built on the site, equipped with Panasonic …

Tags:Back Panel| Large Display Monitor| Panasonic| Pro AV| Projection| Vol 25 - Issue 28

Panasonic Technology Used For Sistine Chapel Recreation in Italy

by Andrew Fenn

Panasonic technology has been used to recreate the Sistine Chapel in a multi-sensory stage show at the Auditorium Conciliazione in Rome, Italy. The immersive experience has been divided into five sectors. In total, the …

Tags:Back Panel| Large Display Monitor| Panasonic| Pro AV| Projection Mapping| Projectors| Vol 25 - Issue 25

teamLab Digital Art Museum Opens in Tokyo Bay

by Andrew Fenn

The recently-announced “Mori Building Digital Art Museum: Epson teamLab Borderless”, jointly operated by Mori Building Co. and teamLab, opened today (June 21st) in Tokyo Bay, Japan. The 10,000m² space consists of five “worlds” and …

Tags:Back Panel| Japan| Large Display Monitor| Pro AV| Projectors| Vol 25 - Issue 24