IH6500 Interpreter Headset.
Shure: Shure Incorporated introduced the IH6500 Interpreter Headset. Designed for professional interpreters who prefer an integrated headset, the IH6500 provides speech intelligibility, comfortable fit, and multiple connectivity options for use in multi-language meetings and conferences. The dual-sided headset has removable ear pads, allowing for cleaning, and also features a flexible gooseneck microphone boom that pivots 270 degrees. Click here for the full news.
The UCC solution.
Sonic Foundry: This provider of video creation and management solutions showcased Mediasite Join, a Unified Communication and Collaboration (UCC) solution. Click here for the full news.
4K was everywhere at Infocomm as the newest must-have feature.
Sony: Sony highlights a full line of display, AV and presentation technologies, including 4K and laser light source projections, pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras, AV over IP, 4K display panels, and live event production systems. Click here for the full news.
Black diffuser screen for short throw projectors.
ViewSonic: A new line of ultra-short throw, laser phosphor-based projectors also include an (optional) black diffuser screen that helps filter out ambient light in bright classrooms. Click here for the full news.
Partnerships for live streaming were booming at Infocomm.
Wowza Media Systems: The “Any Screen Done Right™” media server software company, announced that it has added Unique Media TV to its exclusive list of Streaming Partners, a designation reserved for those that have achieved high levels of deployment, expertise, and customer satisfaction with Wowza Media Server® software-based products. Unique Media provides live streams for a variety of events, including worldwide events with enormous traffic demands such as the 2009 broadcast announcing what would have been Michael Jackson’s final tour, and the 2011 12-camera press event to launch the Nintendo 3DS handheld gaming system. Click here for the full news.
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