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HP Halo Collaboration Studio

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-06 13:07:00
HP Halo Collaboration Studio : The HP Halo Collaboration Studio is a real-time, collaboration environment in which users are able to conduct intercontinental, face-to-face meetings with colleagues that are so natural, meeting participants often forget they are not in the same room. Participants see each other in life-sized images projected on three studio-quality displays and can communicate with no perceived delay, regardless of how far apart the teams may be, whether they are in neighboring states or half way around the globe. This multipoint experience allows for interactivity between teams and enhances business productivity by fostering social connections that help drive quick and effective decision-making.


RCA HDV5000 High-Definition DVD Player

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-06-06 12:02:00
RCA High-Definition DVD Player : Designed to complement the surging popularity of high-definition TV displays and concurrent with the release of new HD DVD movie titles, the all-new RCA HDV5000 HD DVD player is now shipping to retailers nationwide. The HDV5000 (suggested retail price $499) combines the superior image quality of high-definition images and multi-channel surround sound with the convenience of DVD disc playback. "The RCA HDV5000 offers consumers new options in home entertainment while retaining the convenience and ease of use that has made DVD players one of the most popular products in consumer electronics history," said Dan Collishaw, Chief Operating Officer for Thomson's Audio/Video and Accessories businesses.


Sanyo Xacti camcorder plugin for DVD Movie factory

Mark Peters : 2006-05-18 13:45:00
Sanyo Xacti camcorder plugin for DVD Movie factory : InterVideo and its partner Ulead Systems, industry leaders in video, image and next-generation DVD software, announced a plug-in for the Xacti VPC-HD1 camcorder that will allow users to author and burn their High-Definition content to HD DVD or standard definition DVDs. The plug-in works with DVD MovieFactory 5, the newest consumer DVD authoring and burning software. "The Sanyo Xacti's small size and distinctive styling, together with its superb HD picture quality, makes it a natural choice for trendsetting consumers," said Eldon C. M. Liu, president of Ulead.DVD MovieFactory 5 now gives them the opportunity to preserve and share high-definition content at its full resolution.


Paramount picked Kodak to handle movie preparation

Mark Peters : 2006-05-08 15:32:00
Paramount picked Kodak to handle movie preparation : Add one more superlative to Paramount's 'Mission Impossible 3' it is the largest digital release ever, playing on more than 170 digital cinema screens throughout North America. And all digital preparation & distribution to those screens was handled by Kodak Digital Cinema. Paramount set high standards for the release of 'Mission Impossible 3' The studio insisted it only be shown in theatres with 2K cinema grade projectors and DCI-level security and they chose Kodak - a company with a legacy in the movie business - to handle everything. "We told Kodak we expected the highest quality presentation delivered with complete security, seamlessly and painlessly," says Jim Tharp, Paramount.


Video podcast dekePod by Deke McClelland

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-05-07 20:00:00
Video podcast dekePod by Deke McClelland : Digital imaging guru Deke McClelland, today introduced the pilot for his new show “dekePod" - a video podcast with a hip, visually compelling style. “dekePod” is personal and entertaining with rapid-fire imagery that keeps the viewer engaged. The pilot episode “It’s Your Money, Scan It!” shows viewers a workaround in Photoshop to scan and open money. Deke is the host of this educational, zippy, sometimes laugh-out-loud show. Sponsored by Deke Press in association with O’Reilly Media and iStockphoto, “dekePod” is produced by San Francisco-based Flying Moose Pictures. Using music, tight framing, and an ironic interplay of live action and images, it packs a punch in a mere 5 minutes.


Video Eyewear Powered by Kopin Micro Displays

Mark Peters : 2006-05-05 17:10:00
Video Eyewear Powered by Kopin Micro Displays : Kopin announced that The Sharper Image, a catalog, web and retail-based company that specializes in new, innovative and high-quality products, will start marketing Icuiti's DV920 Video Eyewear powered by Kopin's microdisplays. Icuiti Corporation, a Rochester, New York-based company, is a leading supplier of emerging Video Eyewear for personal mobile entertainment. The DV920 Video Eyewear enables a private, big-screen viewing experience that fits in a pocket or purse, and eliminates the drawback of mobile content viewing on a tiny built-in screen. The Icuiti DV920 incorporates two CyberDisplay VGA full-color microdisplays with 640 x 480 resolution.


Iomega technology for professional video industry

Mark Peters : 2006-04-30 18:30:00
Iomega technology for professional video industry : Iomega, a global leader in data storage, announced that Grass Valley, a business within Thomson and a recognized leader in broadcast and professional acquisition and production products, will be at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention this week showing its new Infinity Series of products that incorporate Iomega’s REV technology as a new recording medium. The Grass Valley Infinity Digital Media Camcorder and Infinity Digital Media Recorder utilize the Grass Valley REV PRO drive and removable 35GB REV PRO disks to provide the portability and cost-effectiveness of videotape with the speed, flexibility and ease of use of non-linear hard drive technology.


Panasonic HD selected for Beijing Olympic Games

Mark Peters : 2006-04-25 08:34:00
Panasonic HD selected for Beijing 2006 Olympic Games : Panasonic, the leading brand for which Matsushita Electric Industrial is best known, today announced that Panasonic will provide a wide variety of support for broadcast coverage, with its newest high-definition (HD) broadcasting products, of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, taking place August 8 - 24 in Beijing, China. The Olympic Games of the XXIX Olympiad mark the first time in the history of Olympic television broadcasting that the entire production will be done in high definition. Panasonic, as a supplier of HD recording equipment for the 2008 Olympic Games, agreed to provide broadcasting equipment to the Beijing Olympic Broadcasting Co. Ltd. (BOB).






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