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Canon’s Realis SX50 Power Naval Simulators For MarineSafety International 

Simulation demands realism, and at MarineSafety International’s Norfolk Training Center, where captains and crew members of tankers, ferries, cruise ships, and military vessels are trained in ship handling to the highest degree of readiness, only the ultra-precise images of the Canon Realis SX50, the world’s smallest and most lightweight LCoS (Liquid Crystal On Silicon) multimedia projector, will do....

Telcos Meeting to Explore IP Video Delivery 

If delivering video, voice communications, and data through a single broadband connection is, as VBrick’s Rich Mavrogeanes says, “the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow,” then this week’s Telco TV Conference and Expo in San Diego is packed with telephony specialists who would like to find that pot and take it home....

Technology Showcase:
HD Displays
 

By Jay Ankeney

The burgeoning home theater market is driving the demand for large-format LCD and plasma screens capable of high-definition display resolution in the widescreen 16×9 aspect ratio. Benefiting from this demand are the commercial applications for these screens: Economy of scale is driving down prices...

2005 Projector Roundup 

By Jeff Sauer

In the broad brush strokes of a whole year, it's easy to look at the front projector industry and surmise that not much has changed. Sure, prices have continued to come down, and that has expanded the market, but that is to be expected...

Gillette Meeting Is a Success With Scharff Weisberg In Charge 

Scharff Weisberg recently provided video presentation services for the Gillette North America Business Meeting at the Gaylord Palms Hotel in Orlando, Fla., where Gillette’s Fusion razor was launched. A Medialon show control system and two Barco Catalyst moving mirror projection systems were used to create a unique, immersive experience for the audience of 500 sales people....

IPTV Catching On and Challenging Corporate Users 

“Most corporate people don’t even realize it’s possible,” says Rich Mavrogeanes, founder and chief technology officer at VBrick Systems. He’s referring to broadcast video over IP networks or IPTV, a new twist on TV that many observers expect to take off in the next year or two. At first, IPTV sounds like plain old video streaming, only in place of the familiar little windows filled with jittery low-res images, the viewer gets the full high-def experience and extensive control over what and when to watch. ...

2005 Flat Panel Roundup  

By Jeff Sauer

Over the last couple of years, many industry experts have predicted that LCD would eventually dominate the flat panel sector, ultimately replacing plasma in all form factors and sizes. However, that has yet to happen, even as LCDs continue...

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