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IMAX to Bring VR Mainstream

31 May 2016 | Bob Snyder | Industry News
IMAX to Bring VR Mainstream IMAX Corporation wants to push virtual reality into mainstream—and for that they’ve partnered with Google and signed a joint venture agreement with Swedish games studio (and hardware creator) Starbreeze. After building an VR ecosystem of alliances, Continue reading...

You Can Tour World’s Largest Indoor LED Video Wall While at InfoComm 2016

31 May 2016 | Bob Snyder | Industry News
You Can Tour World’s Largest Indoor LED Video Wall While at InfoComm 2016 Westgate Resorts SuperBook, the largest race and sports book in Las Vegas, now features Christie Velvet LED tiles in a 67m (220’ wide) by 6m (20’ tall) video wall, also called the highest resolution indoor LED video wall in the world. Westgate Resorts Continue reading...

Weaker Eurozone Growth, Inflation Subdued

18 May 2016 | Roger Douglas | Industry News
Weaker Eurozone Growth, Inflation Subdued In Pro AV, we have enjoyed a seemingly recession-proof business while our brothers and sisters in residential AV did not. We can understand how AV businesses haven’t followed the general economy that surrounds us—but that thinking (that we are rece Continue reading...

EC: Forget About a Single Market for Content

18 May 2016 | Bob Snyder | Industry News
EC: Forget About a Single Market for Content Let’s call it Content-exit. All hope for universal content is now exiting the Digital Single Market Strategy after the European Commission published its initial report on the results of its public consultation on geo-blocking. The Commission will Continue reading...

G.fast: Copper Catches Up to Fibre Optics?

18 May 2016 | Bob Snyder | Industry News
G.fast: Copper Catches Up to Fibre Optics? Who needs Google Fiber? A European research consortium, Celtic HFCC-G.fast wins the EUREKA Innovation Award for developing a way to deliver super-fast internet speeds (some previously thought only possible twith fibre optics) on our older copper networks.. Continue reading...

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