Available in sizes up to 390in (9.9m) diagonally in 16:9, Slate Micro Seam is claimed to be the world’s largest ambient-light rejecting screen.
Christie has introduced the Christie Mirage 304K projector, featuring 120Hz and omnidirectional capabilities.
Baldwin Boxall’s VIGIL2 PA/VA system has been specified as part of the £45m redevelopment of Cheltenham Racecourse.
The Cultural Center of Sokolow Podlaski, Poland has been equipped with five Dynacord sound reinforcement systems by Tommex Zebrowscy, as part of a recently completed renovation of the venue.
The Renkus-Heinz IC Live system has been specified as part of a $100m redesign of the Caesar’s Palace nightclub, which has been renamed Omnia.
dnp denmark introduced a radical change to its product roadmap at InfoComm 2015 by introducing bundled optical flat screen solutions.
Symetrix SymNet Edge DSPs and expanders are at the heart of the new audio system at a popular indoor children’s theme park in China’s Heilongjiang Province.
Telstra Health's MyCareManager, an integrated e-health solution recently launched in Australia, is using the Pexip Inifinity platform to provide clients with a face-to-face experience.
Leeds-based integrator Definition Audio Visual has upgraded the ballroom at the city's Marriott Hotel, adding local control and input options for the installed audio system, in addition to a centralised system located in the control room.
Sony has launched two 4K laser projectors for entertainment uses that will be available from early next year.
Here's our selection of ten of the most notable new products that we encountered at InfoComm 2015 in Orlando.
The experience design company Mood Media has designed and installed an interactive audio and video space for a new concept store commissioned by French telecoms company Générale de Téléphone.
Kramer Electronics has announced three new additions to its VIA wireless collaboration range, including VIA PAD, an instant-present USB touch device.