Category video displays

Canon Projectors Win Twice at InfoComm

Canon doubled up on projector awards while at the annual InfoComm trade show last week. Industry publication AV Technology named Canon’s REALiS 4K500ST projector as one of its Best of Show winners.

Systems Contractor News named Canon’s REALiS WUX500 projector as its Most Innovative Video Display Product.

REALiS 4K500ST features include:

  • LCoS technology with AISYS enhancement
  • 5,000 lumens
  • Short throw
  • True 4K

REALiS WUX500 features:

  • LCoS with Canon lens
  • 5,000 lumens
  • Constant brightness
  • Native widescreen resolution – 1920 x 1200
  • DICOM simulation mode (D model)

Order the REALiS 4K500ST, the REALiS WUX500 and WUX500 D (DICOM compliant) at AVI-SPL’s Canon product page.

See Sony’s New Display Technology at InfoComm 2016

One of the many cool stops along AVI-SPL’s Guided Technology Tour at InfoComm 2016 is the Sony booth. In reading the description of what Sony plans to showcase, I noted its reference to “giant canvas technology.”

Curious, I dug a little deeper and found a recent Sony blog post on its new high-end visual display technology. The power behind this display is Crystal LED Integrated Structure (CLEDIS™), which combines ultrafine LEDs into what Sony calls a “unique surface mounting structure.” From that surface, each tiny pixel (just 0.003mm-squared) emits its own light, while the rest of the surface area remains black.

The result is a high-contrast ratio across a wide canvas, and efficient use of light energy. You can combine the individual display units with no bezels to create a seamless, large-scale set of visuals.

Sony is showing this technology to the public for the first time at InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas this June 8-10. And you can get a personalized look at it when you sign up for AVI-SPL’s Guided Technology Tour. We’re hosting three tours twice each over the course of the three-day exhibit, and Sony is one of our stops. So click the link above to sign up and see what Sony and a host of other leaders in audio, visual, and collaboration systems have in store for professional organizations of all types.

Hear From Those Who’ve Worked With AVI-SPL

In your personal life, you rely on customer recommendations before committing to a product or service. Think about how much you rely on someone else’s experience before booking a hotel, making reservations at a restaurant, or purchasing a new car.

The same applies to our professional work. So that you can make an informed decision about who will help you improve your communication and collaboration systems, we offer five minutes of the sights and sounds of clients who’ve benefited from AVI-SPL’s expertise as a pro AV systems integrator.

Find Your AV and Collaboration Solutions

Finding the business AV and collaboration solutions that improve your organization’s operations just got a lot easier. That’s because we’ve revamped the AVI-SPL website. It’s better organized, better designed, and makes it much easier for you to learn about commercial AV and collaboration solutions, how they’ve been applied in environments similar to yours, and how they can help you.

In four sections — Solutions, Services, Resources, and Products — we’ve made it easy to find information about:

This list represents just a portion of what we can do for your company. I invite you to explore the site, and learn how we can serve you better than any other systems integrator.

How Visualization and Simulation Tools Help Train and Test

Data is easy to come by. But making use of that data can be a challenge. Advanced visualization helps by immersing individuals and groups into simulated environments, and make it easy for groups to collaborate and gain consensus.

In simulation environments, students and trainees can safely experience situations that happen in the real world. These virtual environments immerse participants in realistic conditions so they can practice their courses of action. A simulator can also provide for safety engineering, testing, improved performance, and education.

Read “Visualization and Simulation for Research and Collaboration,” to learn how today’s advanced technology allows for:

  • Hologram environments where even the floor is a simulated environment
  • Personal, self-contained environments
  • 3D environments that allow user interaction via motion tracking
  • Images seamlessly warped and blended on any object
  • Unprecedented image fidelity using 4K resolution

Download “Visualization and Simulation for Research and Collaboration” >