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Networked Media Systems

Faces become the screen for 1,000 fps projection mapping show

Article image A collaboration between Nobumichi Asai, a creative director of a Japanese visual studio called WOW, production company TOKYO, dance duo AyaBambi, and the Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory at the University of Tokyo has resulted in an incredible video project showing 1,000 fps projection mapping on the dancer's faces.Full Story...


Article image Facebook demonstrates continued commitment to AR and VR

Facebook put AR and VR at the centre of its vision for the future when it outlined forthcoming releases and plans at the F8 Developers Conference this week. The event, held April 18 and 19 in San Jose, also saw the tech giant hint at plans to let you hear with your skin and security features for Facebook Workplace that it hopes will get a warm reception from IT managers.Full Story...

Article image Biamp appoints director of business development

Biamp Systems has added Jody Thomas, formerly president of Emergent Communications Technology, to its team.Full Story...

Christie Boxer and Evans & Sutherland help Bangkok Planetarium

Renkus-Heinz appoints eastern regional sales manager

Polycom expands Marco Landi’s role to cover APAC

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Article image SI adds cable colours to Zero-G projection screen

Screen Innovations (SI) has released three new colours of cable for its Zero-G projection screen, originally released in 2016.Full Story...

Article image Matrox bolsters KVM offering with Extio 3

Matrox has extended its KVM line with Extio 3, an IP product supporting 4K60 4:4:4 video, keyboard, and mouse, as well as USB 2.0.Full Story...

Crestron to ship Mercury in May

Questmark launches The Meeting Platform

Nexo releases NeMo 2.0 software for Mac


Article image InfoComm China 2017 attended by 32,074 visitors

The 2017 edition of InfoComm China completed its three day run at the China National Convention Centre on April 14, registering marked growth in every aspect of the show. Attendance at the exhibition registered a record 20.3% increase compared to 2016, with a total visitor count of 32,074.Full Story...

Article image Audac intros Noba 8 bass cabinet

Audac introduces Noba 8, a compact bass cabinet with 4mm thick aluminium structure that carries built in amplification.Full Story...

Faces become the screen for 1,000 fps projection mapping show

Christie solutions used at Chinese 3D dome theatre

Vtron launches V-LED-II series



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AV over IT "not just about technology" - Kramer's David Margolin explains
Speaking to InAVate editor Paul Milligan, Kramer's David Margolin talks about issues surrounding AV over IT and how the matter will progress in the future.

Panel discussion: Death of hardware
TJ Adams (QSC), Kay Ohse (Kramer) and Bob Michaels (ZeeVee) debate the death of hardware. As we move towards an AV/IT world, is it inevitable software will replace the 'black boxes' so associated with the AV market in the past?

InAVation Award winner Peter Coman on ISE 2017
InAVate APAC’s Hurrairah bin Sohail talks to Peter Coman, InDesign Technologies, winner of the International Project category at the 2017 InAVation Awards.



Is the trend of AV manufacturers offering end-to-end systems good for the integrator?


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