Sony has partnered with Kramer to produce “unique” education tech that combines Sony’s AR software with Kramer’s Control Solution. The One-Touch Teaching Solution integrates AR software designed for virtual or hybrid learning experiences and AI technologies to “transform engagement” for virtual and hybrid audiences.
Intended for any education or corporate institution, the Sony-Kramer solution combines Kramer’s award-winning Control Solution and various other audio, video, and management products with Sony’s Edge presentation, visualisation and analytics suite (REA-C1000). The combination is said to improve the quality of all presentations and communication as Edge “seamlessly” blends AR software with AI technology. This is said to enhance the presentation experience intuitively and improve the visual and audio quality for in-room and remote participants.
“Sony is recognised worldwide for offering superior technology, innovation and support to our customers,” said Damien Weissenburger, head of professional displays and solutions Europe at Sony. “The Sony and Kramer partnership combines our collective strengths and expands our power and reach to deliver comprehensive and integrated solutions designed to add value and meet the specific needs of our users.”
Aviv Ron, VP corporate development and strategy at Kramer, added: “Our continued partnership with Sony has enabled us to strengthen the education vertical offering with a single solution that will enhance presentation technology systems and increase learning effectiveness and experience in classrooms and lecture halls. The Sony-Kramer solution is a progressive education-based offering that empowers faculty and professional staff to deliver impactful, cinematic presentations and lesson content in real-time. By digitising the classroom experience, a new learning style is created that gives those in the room and those at home the same great experience.”
Combining Kramer Control with Sony’s BRAVIA 4K professional displays allows the screen to become the control processor for all the AV devices in the room, enhancing the user experience. There is also the option to move away from a centralised control processor by using the Kramer Brainware which can be installed on Sony’s BRAVIA range. The solution enables complete integration with existing devices or as a new installation and can be configured with audio devices, cameras, video bars, webcams and recording devices. It is available now worldwide to authorised vendors.