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Direct Fiber-Optic Input Card for Entero HB Video Wall Cube

19 January 2015 | Roger Douglas | Displays
Direct Fiber-Optic Input Card for Entero HB Video Wall CubeThinklogical, provider of high performance KVM signal extension and switching systems for video-rich big data computing environments, co-develops with Christie a secure and easy-to-integrate fiber optic extension solution for Christie Entero HB video Continue reading...

Meet The Wing Communicator

19 January 2015 | Bob Snyder | Displays
Meet The Wing CommunicatorFrom the Land Down Under comes The Wing, a novel re-interpretation of a mobile yet fully integrated communication solution for corporate and convention requirements.You might call it a “Swiss Army knife” of a video conferencing/display trolley.With two Continue reading...

MicroTiles Show their Steel-- in Sweden

03 December 2014 | Roger Douglas | Displays
MicroTiles Show their Steel-- in SwedenLKAB is the world’s technical leader in supplying iron ore pellets to the global steel industry. LKAB is owned by the Swedish state. With a turnover of about $4.6bn, its iron ore mines rank among the world’s most productive.Most of its iron ore is found Continue reading...

The New Ultra HD Logo

03 December 2014 | Roger Douglas | Displays
The New Ultra HD LogoCheck out the new Ultra HD logo for the state-of-the-art 3840 x 2160 pixel video standard, to help consumers tell it apart from the earlier High Definition (HD) standard. Developed by DIGITALEUROPE, the Ultra HD label will inform consumers that the display Continue reading...

LG Exits: The Year That Plasma TVs Died

03 December 2014 | Bob Snyder | Displays
LG Exits: The Year That Plasma TVs Died LG Electronics will close its plasma television business, based on a decline in demand, with the business accounting for only 2.4% of its 2013 annual revenue. NPD DisplaySearch predicts global plasma TV shipments will fall to 500,000 in 2015 from 5.2 Continue reading...

Edbak’s 42-65" Pop-Out Universal Video Wall Mount

03 December 2014 | Roger Douglas | Displays
 Edbak’s 42-65 Edbak introduces the 42-65" Popout Universal Video Wall Mount. The Edbak VWPOP65-P is purpose-designed for easy and fast servicing of recessed video wall installations. The simple one touch "pop out" mechanism allows full extension of the display Continue reading...

X Marks the Spot: Google X and XXL Displays

05 October 2014 | Bob Snyder | Displays
X Marks the Spot: Google X and XXL Displays Is it something in the autumn air? News that Google X is working on developing smaller screen bezel-less modules that can be united to form extra-large displays comes on the heels of the news that Microsoft could be ramping up to make LFDs from Continue reading...

Microsoft, Touched by the Large Interactive Display Market?

01 October 2014 | Bob Snyder | Displays
 Microsoft, Touched by the Large Interactive Display Market? After all the InfoComm 2015 brouhaha over a nearly-empty Microsoft stand, Stephen Elop, Microsoft’s EVP of Devices, now says the company is close to mass producing large screens, integrated touch displays (55” and 82”) using PPI’s technology. Continue reading...

World’s First Hi-res LED Wall Without Moiré

01 October 2014 | Bob Snyder | Displays
World’s First Hi-res LED Wall Without MoiréThe installation of the world’s first high resolution LED video wall with an anti-moiré filter has just been completed in Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation’s (NRK) new studio.NRK wanted to create the next generation of broadcasting studio, to overcome Continue reading...

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