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Mocomtech Shows Amazing High Gain Screen at InfoComm 2012

Mocomtech Shows Amazing High Gain Screen at InfoComm 2012

Screen maker Mocomtech showed a 23 high gain screen at InfoComm that has a very wide viewing angle too.  Amazing.  For more:  www.mocomscreen.com

TI’s New 3D Chip Solves Compatibility Issues with 3D Format in Projectors

Mike Guillory from Texas Instruments was at InfoComm 2012 to talk about 3D in the classroom and its new controller ASIC that helps to alleviate compatibility issues.  Projectors to date can have different 3D support implementations leading to compatibility issues, which the new chip set solves.  Now, any 3D content source in any 3D format […]

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Mitsubishi Shows New Laser TV for B2B

Mitsubishi’s Brand Tarnow used InfoComm 2012 to showcase it new laser TV that uses a red laser instead of a red LED to achieve better red colors.  The red is clearly deeper and less orange than the one with the red LED.  The company is showing a 55-inch and is looking at larger sizes.  The […]

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Cybertouch and Mitsubishi Partner to Show 110-inch 32-point Touchscreen

Cybertouch partnered with Mitsubishi at InfoComm to show a 2×2 array using 55-inch ultrathin bezel displays overlaid with a single tempered coverglass sheet.  This creates a uniform 32-point touchscreen surface for moving objects over the full display surface.  For more: http://www.cybertouch.com/

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Panasonic Debuts Hybrid Projector with HDBaseT Connectivity

Panasonic used InfoComm 2012 to debut their new hybrid projector.  Scott Wellington disclosed their PT RZ470 and 370 series projectors.  These are lamp-free projectors that use lasers and LED plus a phosphor to generate the red, green and blue light with a 20K hour life expectancy and are filter free.  They also incorporate the HDBaseT […]

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NEC Shows Quick Serve Restaurant Solution that Drives Six Displays from One PC

At InfoComm 2012, NEC Display‘s Keith Yankee profiled a quick serve restaurant solution.  It is a new box that provides six video 1080p outputs from a single PC to drive six different displays with separate content.  This helps to minimize cost and installation fees.  For more: www.necdisplay.com

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LG Shows Camera-based Multimedia Touchscreen Display at InfoComm

LG Electronics demonstrated a new 55-inch camera-based multimedia touchscreen display that offers some new capabilities.  It includes a camera to take pictures that can be manipulated in real time, allowing it to be sent to social media sites.  The idea is to bundle full multimedia capabilities into one box as a turnkey solution with their […]

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Planar Introduces UltraLux Series of Large Format Public Displays at InfoComm 2012

Planar introduced the UltraLux series of large format public displays offered in 60-, 70- and 80-inch screen sizes with FHD resolution.  Options include portrait or landscape, free-standing, single or double sided.  It comes with a touchscreen, Aero optically bonded glass and a bezel-less infinity edge design.  It allows life-sized images and are designed for 24/7 […]

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3LCD Compares Color Brightness of DLP vs. 3LCD Projector at InfoComm 2012

At InfoComm 2012, 3LCD’s Tim Anderson compared a 7000 lumen 3LCD projector vs. a 7500 lumen 1-chip DLP projector.  These lumens are white lumens, but when the color lumen measurement is used the 3LCD projector measures 7000 lumen of color brightness, whereas the DLP projectors measures only 4000 lumens of color brightness.  This color brightness […]

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Sharp Shows 90-inch and 4K Panel at InfoComm 2012

At InfoComm 2012, Sharp Electronics showed their new 90-inch LCD that can be run in portrait mode.  Also on display were 60-, 70- and 80-inch commercial displays with and without touch screens.  A 70-inch 4K panel was also shown that could display an astonishing amount of clear text on a super large spreadsheet. For more: […]

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