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Sennheiser’s evolution Series Microphones are an Integral Part of Le Poisson Rouge’s “Perfect Sound System”

New York – October 24, 2011: Now celebrating its third year in business, New York City’s Le Poisson Rouge (LPR) has reinvigorated the musical landscape of Greenwich Village –- birthplace of the Beat movement and former home to musical legends such as Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Simon & Garfunkel and so many others. Located on Bleecker Street on the site of the former Village Gate, LPR has made a name for itself in a musical community that now includes more contemporary names like Florence & the Machine, the JACK Quartet and Lykke Li.

Since opening in the summer of 2008, LPR –- which has been recognized by restaurant guide Zagat® as having a “perfect sound system” — has hosted a remarkably eclectic listing of musical performances. Any given show may feature a classical pianist, hardcore avant-garde ensemble, or anything in between. Perhaps the only common element among the performances is that each one is captured using Sennheiser ’s evolution series microphones.

Le Poisson Rouge: Bringing out the Best
Shortly after opening, LPR recruited Richie Clarke, a 15-year sound veteran who has worked across every conceivable genre of music including jazz, rock, reggae, classical and R&B. Clarke, who came from New York’s famed Manhattan Center studios, has been a longtime user of Sennheiser equipment and brought with him a solid understanding of microphones and sound. On his first day of work, among the first things he did was check out the mic cabinet at LPR. “Sennheiser has always been extremely high on my personal list and -– along with Neumann — is the only microphone company I’d want us to be closely aligned with,” he says.

The broad range of performances at LPR presents unique technical challenges. “Some nights we need to mic a 30-piece orchestra with various classical instruments and percussion –- often ‘in the round’ in front of the P.A.,” Clarke observes. “Our collection of Sennheiser mics helps me achieve the highest possible sound pressure level with no feedback — while maintaining the sound integrity of each instrument.” Since LPR often features multiple performances in a day, Clarke and his team are often working against the clock. “It is very tightly scheduled, so when we put a mic on an instrument -– whether it is a screaming electric guitar or a gentle violin -– we need that microphone to help us get to where we need to be as fast as possible.”

Great sound across a diversity of applications
For drums and percussion, Clarke is big a fan of the Sennheiser e 900 series all around. “They sound great whether we are doing heavy hip hop shows or more sensitive jazz standards. The sound of the drum comes through so naturally, and it is all there before EQ,” Clarke says. In terms of specific placements, he prefers to use the e 901 and e 902 on the kick, inside and out. On the snare, he uses an e 905. “This gives us the punch we need –- whether it’s rock or jazz,” Clarke says. He uses e 904s on toms, an e 614 on hi-hat and e 914s as overheads.

Perhaps Clarke’s most favorite microphone of all is the Sennheiser e 906. “For the guitars, we use these exclusively — there is never a situation where they don’t work,” he says. “Our room is a very bright room, and the 906 brings out all the right elements. They give you the crunch of the sound, but without the brittleness.”

LPR routinely puts Sennheiser microphones to the test on vocals, and the e 965 has quickly earned its position as ‘most favored microphone,’ Clarke says: “We already loved the e 935 and e 945, and didn’t think it could get any better. Then we got our hands on an e 965 and I had everyone try it out independently. One by one, I started getting emails and texts from all my engineers telling me that it is the best sounding vocal mic they ever heard. They all had the same experience.”

Microphones that translate to live broadcast
As LPR becomes well established beyond the boroughs of New York City, Internet broadcasting plays an increasingly important role in helping the club attract and maintain its loyal fan base. “We started streaming shows about six months ago and hit our highest viewership numbers in the last couple of weeks,” Clarke says. “It is very important to me that if I have a great sound in the room that it also translates to our live broadcasts. So far, whatever I hear from the mix position sounds great on the radio as well, and this is in large part due to the quality we are getting out of those Sennheiser mics.”

Clarke says that the magic of Sennheiser microphones lies beyond just the great sound: “The versatility of these microphones is very important to me. Being able to switch microphones at any given moment and roll with the punches is key. Sennheiser is a lifesaver here because they perform well across so many different instruments. I can mix and match any of these mics, and they all sound good!”

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“Wowza Media Server(R) 3 makes any-screen content delivery easy and cost-effective for organizations of all sizes. We work hard to address the needs of the market, and ensure we deliver the essential functionality and features that are must-haves in today’s streaming environment.” — David Stubenvoll, chief executive officer and co-founder of Wowza Media Systems more

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GearSource Focuses on Core Business

LED Source® Continues to grow Partnership with Coemar

(Wellington, FL)—LED Source®, the leading supplier of LED lighting products in North America, and sister company GearSource, the world’s marketplace for used lighting, pro audio and stage gear, has announced changes to their exclusive North American distribution agreement with Italian based lighting manufacturer Coemar Spa. Moving forward, GearSource will focus on selling used products and entertainment equipment and will no longer supply Coemar’s automated lighting products while LED Source will continue offering Coemar’s extensive line of LED technology on an exclusive basis throughout North America.
“I felt it was important to make improvements to both of my companies in regards to our relationship with Coemar Spa of Italy,” says Marcel Fairbairn, president and CEO of LED Source and GearSource. “In the best interest of all parties involved, GearSource will focus on its core used products business model, where it continues to be a market leader, while LED Source will maintain its close relationship with the Coemar Italian factory. This will help streamline operations, allow each business to focus on its top priorities and make it easier for our customers to find what they’re looking for. LED Source will continue to stock products from our U.S. headquarters in Wellington, Fla. and work with Coemar on LED product development, marketing and distribution.”
Coemar’s Sales Manager, Filippo Frigeri, will maintain responsibility for all North American automated lighting sales.
“We have built a great relationship with Marcel and his team and will continue to manufacture top-quality and innovative entertainment lighting products,” says Frigeri. “We expect the transition to run seamlessly and will continue to support LED Source in developing the rapidly growing professional LED business in the U.S.”
For more than a year, LED Source has been working closely with Coemar as they update their already successful LED product line, including the new and widely popular Reflection LEDko series. With this line of products, Coemar and LED Source have begun to gain market share in traditional lighting arenas including TV, theater, rental and installations. Additionally, Coemar has updated their ParLite LED line with two new Variable White ParLite LED fixtures. Both are bright, reliable and built on the successful and award-winning ParLite platform.
“With Reflection LEDko and the new ParLite LED products, we are seeing new markets arrive and existing markets grow. Coemar LED products are rapidly gaining popularity and we’re proud to be part of that,” says Fairbairn.

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About LED Source®
Founded in August 2005 by Marcel Fairbairn, LED Source® is a national and international supplier of LED lighting that specializes in full-scale evaluations and retrofits through its Retrofit Division, in addition to providing consultation all the way through to supply on new projects within their Architectural and Entertainment Divisions. Additionally, the company launched a franchise program in October 2009 and expects to have a network of 150 franchise offices throughout North America within three years. For more information, please visit www.ledsource.com or the company’s blog at http://getleducated.wordpress.com.

About GearSource®
Founded in 2002, GearSource® through its online platform, sells predominately used products in professional stage lighting, pro audio, video and staging. Customers include production/rental companies and resellers, as well as televisions studios, theaters and churches. For more information, please visit www.gearsource.com.

About Coemar
Established in 1933 and based in Castel Goffredo, Italy, Coemar Spa is a world leader in lighting for the entertainment industry. The company also develops, manufactures and sells its products for architectural and commercial applications and guarantees pre-sale and after-sale services. At an international level, the company operates in five continents with a network of over 50 distributors. www.coemar.com.

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2020 Exhibits Sets its Sights on High Resolution Systems’ UDC for Multiple-Monitor Environments

2020 Exhibits

2020 Exhibits

Houston-based tradeshow and exhibit designer 2020 Exhibits has acquired Universal Device Controller (UDC) technology from High Resolution Systems LLC for use in multiple-monitor client demos in its showroom and at tradeshows nationwide.

2020 Exhibits maintains a 10,000-square foot showroom set up like a tradeshow floor with extensive numbers of flat-screen displays. A Vista Spyder X20 system resides in a dedicated control room and ties into eight different videowall configurations.

“We were looking at an AMX control system for the showroom and were doing in-house training with Vista for the Spyder,” says senior AV technician Chris Kennedy. “The trainer mentioned High Resolution Systems’ UDC and how easily it worked. So I downloaded the free demo and saw that it was exactly what we needed. [2020 Exhibits president] Bob Babine fell in love with the idea that with the UDC we could control the monitors with a smart phone or an [Apple] iPad.”

“We hooked up the system, programmed it in 10 minutes and we were bouncing through looks with my [Apple] iPhone,” Kennedy says. “The ease of set up and cost savings for our clients over other control systems were amazing. In five minutes you can teach anybody to recall cues with the UDC. Customizing buttons and changing command keys takes seconds instead of having to wait for a programmer to write hundreds of lines of code.”

The UDC made its debut in the showroom where it ran on an iPad and supported a 5×6 videowall during 2020 Exhibits social media boot camp held on August 25. “The ability to literally change your messaging and content in the exhibit space in real time is fantastic. People could walk up and tap into the iPad and change the content on the videowall all in real time” Kennedy reports.

Soon after, the UDC traveled to the VMworld 2011 convention at The Venetian in Las Vegas, a show for virtualization technologies, where it was employed at the BMC Software booth. The centerpiece of the exhibit was a 3×5 videowall, comprised of Samsung 460ux-2 46-inch LCDs, which occupied the entire booth and was tied into a Christie Vista Spyder X20.

“We had a laptop running Vista software and the UDC,” Kennedy explains. “The UDC got a lot of good buzz. People wanted to know what it was and how it worked. The UDC worked just great at the show, and BMC liked how easy it was to use. The response from the show by clients and end users was amazing. The booth remained busy at all times with multiple demonstrations happening concurrently utilizing UDC technology.”

“The UDC has so much to offer and our ability to integrate content through smart phones and iPads will continue to evolve. We love how easy it is to program, that we can use it with smart phones and iPads, and that it can control a long list of devices: You just tell the UDC that you’re using a particular device and it knows the command strings.”

About High Resolution Systems
High Resolution Systems is a company with a strong systems engineering and applications background. Its founders have decades of experience in the audio visual rental and staging industry, broadcast applications, A/V installations and system design. This combined experience allows them to provide the highest possible quality solutions to its customers in the most efficient manner. For more information, visit www.hrscontrol.com.

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Visual Acuity broadens skill base with new hire

Theatre lighting and production specialist Damian Andrews becomes a Lead Consultant, Project Development at Visual Acuity.

Theatre lighting and production specialist Damian Andrews becomes a Lead Consultant, Project Development at Visual Acuity.

Theatre lighting and production specialist Damian Andrews becomes a Lead Consultant, Project Development at Visual Acuity.

Independent technology consultancy Visual Acuity is expanding once again, this time appointing Damian Andrews to the position of Lead Consultant, Project Development. Andrews brings a fresh perspective to the consultancy with a wealth of experience working in various project roles ranging from client user, owner,operator and integrator.

This key role has both internal and customer-facing dimensions, as Blair Parkin, Managing Director, Visual Acuity, explains:

“The technological scope of our work continues to develop, as does our geographical reach – we are currently working on projects as far afield as Asia, the Middle East, the US and Europe.

“Damian will lead and champion our customers’ interests and provide advice and support to architects, building engineers, vendors and other service providers on each project.”

In addition to project-management expertise, Andrews also brings specialist skills in stage lighting and production to the party – significantly broadening Visual Acuity’s range of technological competencies as the diversity of the company’s customer base continues to grow.

Andrews’ industry experience dates back to the mid-1990s when, while studying for a Diploma in Audio Visual Design, he worked in the technical department of the UK’s Middlesbrough Theatre. He subsequently studied Electrical Engineering for Theatre, before embarking on a large-scale musical as production electrician and working as Company Stage Manager for the Carl Rosa Opera Company. Several years travelling the world as a technical manager in the cruise-ship industry culminated in the appointment as Senior Production Manager on the Queen Mary 2 overseeing the operation of multiple and varied entertainment spaces.

“The QM2 featured the world’s first Planetarium at Sea, and it was while working there that I developed a passion for planetarium design, technology and content,” Andrews explains. “After returning to dry land to work as an event technician and convention-centre operations manager in New Zealand, I was delighted to be approached by Sky-Skan, Inc., to work on a planetarium installation for them there.”

Andrews subsequently worked on other planetarium projects for Sky-Skan all over the world, including the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco – which is where he first came to the attention of Visual Acuity. He now joins Visual Acuity from Staging Connections, an event services company in Melbourne, Australia, where he was Operations Manager. Prior to that, he was Technical Director and Chief Lighting Technician at the Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, Ireland.

Andrews has returned to the UK where he will be based at Visual Acuity’s Brighton HQ. “This appointment gives me the perfect opportunity to use the skills I have gained from working in varied industries around the globe, to compliment what is already a well-respected and experienced team,” he concludes. “I am absolutely delighted to be joining Visual Acuity.”

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FOR-A TO SHOW KEY PRODUCTS AT ANNUAL CAPER CONVENTION IN BUENOS AIRES

Show Marks First Time Company’s Super Slo Motion HD Camera Shown in Full Broadcast Configuration in Latin America

Fort Lee, N.J.- FOR-A Corporation of America, a leading manufacturer of video and audio systems for the broadcast and professional video industries, today announces the company’s participation at CAPER 2011 (Camara Argentina de Proveedores y Fabricantes de Equipos de Radiodifusion), an annual convention focused on digital television technology.

Recognized as a critically important gathering for broadcasters in Argentina and surrounding Latin countries, CAPER 2011 will take place from October 26-28, 2011 at the Centro Costa Salguero in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

At the show, FOR-A products will have a showcase at the booth of its Argentinean distributor SVC (Sistemas de Video Comunicacion SA), a sales, engineering, and systems integration company based in Buenos Aires. SVC has provided over 25 years of service and support to the Latin broadcast community and is a vital business partner to FOR-A in the region, which encompasses Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Bolivia.

In the SVC booth, CAPER 2011 show-goers will see a variety of FOR-A solutions for cost-effective, live broadcast production including: the VFC-7000 HD Super Slow Motion Camera; the FA-9500 3G/HD/SD multi-purpose signal processor; LTR-100HS LTO-5 Video Archiving Recorder, VTW-330 HD/SD Character Generator and HVS-300HS and HVS-350HS live video switcher.

CAPER 2011 will mark the first time that FOR-A has shown the VFC-7000 Super Slow Motion Camera in a full broadcast setup—including a high-end lens, viewfinder, and tripod—in Latin America. The VFC-7000 is a compact, lightweight, user-friendly camera capable of high-speed HD recording from 24 to 700 fps. It offers a high-sensitivity CMOS color sensor; electronic high-speed shutter of up to 1/200,000th of a second; and recording times ranging from 9.8 to 29.5 seconds.

“The ability to capture fast-moving subjects without any motion blur makes the VFC-7000 ideal for live sports,” said Pedro Silvestre, Sales Director, FOR-A Corporation of America. “The VFC-7000 is part of a comprehensive, affordable FOR-A product range which, when used together, meets critical live production needs.”

FOR-A will also show two powerful, compact HD/SD video switchers: the HVS-300HS 1-M/E portable switcher and the HVS-350HS 1.5-M/E switcher. The HVS-350HS offers integrated frame synchronizers; 2D/3D wipe effects; DVE; (dual-channel) keyer with chroma key and picture in picture; (four channel) DSK and still stores; and dual-channel, 16-way multiviewers. The HVS-300HS offers integrated frame synchronizers; up converters; 2D/3D wipe effects; keyer with chroma key; dual channel P-in-P; DSK and still stores; and 16-way multiviewer.

CAPER 2011 is also an opportunity to exhibit the FA-9500, a 3G/HD/SD multi-purpose signal processor for use in multi-standard, multi-format DTV environments. Besides functioning as a frame synchronizer, the FA-9500 provides up/down/cross/aspect conversion, plus a second converter for down/cross/aspect conversion, a color corrector, Dolby E encoder/decoder, and automatic video optimizer for all types of video and audio signals.

With its 1.5-terrabytes of recording capacity, the FOR-A LTR-100HS video archiving recorder ingests and archives large quantities of HD media cost-effectively using LTO-5 datatape. Equipped with a high-quality MPEG-2 encoder, the LTR-100HS includes an MXF wrapper/un-wrapper so that MXF files recorded in real-time to LTO-5 tape can be used directly by nonlinear editing systems.

“We’re looking forward to meeting current and prospective Latin American clients at CAPER 2011,” Silvestre added. “We’re confident that we have very compelling production solutions that will appeal to this rapidly growing DTV market.”

About FOR-A
FOR-A is a major manufacturer and distributor of video and audio systems to the broadcast, postproduction and professional video markets. For more information about FOR-A’s product line, call 201-944-1120 or visit our web site at www.for-a.com.
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Harkness Screens Announces Launch of Digital Screen Checker

SHOWEAST (STAND 518) HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA, 24TH OCTOBER 2011 — Harkness Screens, the world’s leading manufacturer of projection screens for cinema and events applications, launches the Digital Screen Checker, a brand new version of its existing luminance meter, at ShowEast 2011. more

Christie Previews Innovative Integrated Media Block (IMB) Solution at ShowEast

Advancing its leadership position in addressing the exhibition industry’s transition to 4K and high frame rate (HFR) projection standards, Christie will preview a fully integrated media block (IMB) solution with 4K and HFR capabilities, designed to meet Digital Cinema Initiatives, LLC (DCI) specifications, at ShowEast.
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Designed and manufactured by Christie, the world’s leading provider of digital cinema projectors, the Christie IMB works with all of Christie’s Solaria™ Series 2 projectors to provide an integrated solution from a single, trusted equipment supplier. A key feature of the Christie IMB is that it utilizes industry-standard, off-the-shelf storage devices, unlike other media blocks that typically require expensive, proprietary storage solutions.
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Also, featuring complete MPEG2 and H.264 support, the Christie IMB allows exhibitors to display a larger variety of alternative and advertising content, fully streamed from the same storage device that holds the packaged cinema content. The complete, all-in-one projection system that results will provide unparalleled value, will be more reliable than third party solutions, and will give exhibitors ultimate confidence in their long-term investment decision.
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“Most current digital projector installations utilize a media block in an external server that is linked by cables to the projector. This creates bandwidth limitations that impact picture quality and inhibit the overall system’s ability to maintain and display video at higher frame rates and increased pixel resolution,” observed Don Shaw, Director, Product Management, Christie Entertainment Solutions. “The Christie IMB overcomes this challenge by physically operating within the projector. It becomes an integral part of the display device, creating a secure connection that can manage the high bandwidth required for HFR and 4K content without compromising image quality.”
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Shaw noted that the IMB design reduces complexity because it eliminates the need for an exhibitor to support varied servers and IMBs currently on the market from different manufacturers, on their different screens. Christie achieves further integration by embedding its Screen Management System – the control interface for the projection system – directly into the IMB.
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“Christie now offers a groundbreaking, single projection solution that converts and delivers packaged feature film content within a secure, DCI-compliant environment, while providing the option to upgrade to full HFR capabilities. And because we also manufacture the projector that forms the keystone of our advanced digital cinema solution, we eliminate compatibility issues that could potentially occur in media blocks from third party suppliers, especially following regular software upgrade cycles,” observed Shaw.
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Designed for Exhibitors by the Engineers That Know Our Projectors Best
The design of Christie’s IMB is grounded in a solid understanding of a projector’s software, thermals, vibrations and internal power supply; the type of knowledge one would expect from the world’s largest sole-source supplier of digital cinema projectors. It comes in three versions to suit your particular needs – a 2K/2D/3D standard frame rate model, that can be easily upgraded to support 2K/2D/3D high frame rates and, beyond that, an all-inclusive upgrade that adds 4K support.
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The Christie IMB, designed to work with all Christie Solaria Series 2K and 4K projectors, plays perfectly with Christie Previsto™ HFR, a technology that enables the upcoming Lord of the Rings prequels and Avatar sequels to be played by exhibitors on single projector systems, exactly as intended by the filmmakers. Choosing a Christie IMB today ensures that, with a simple license key upgrade, an exhibitor is ready when the first HFR feature film, The Hobbit, is released in December 2012.
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For more information on higher frame rates, visit www.higherframerates.com.

ActiveDeck 2.0 Debuts as a Quick and Easy Solution for Creating Interactive Presentations on Apple iPads

ActiveDeck

ActiveDeck

Three Byte Intermedia, Inc., a custom software studio focusing on interactive AV solutions, introduces ActiveDeck 2.0, a media rich audience engagement tool available as an add-in for PowerPoint 2010 ( www.activedeck.com ). Destined to be a must-have for presenters in the educational, corporate and trade show markets, ActiveDeck enables users to quickly and easily create interactive presentations on their Apple iPads.

“One hundred iPads gave birth to ActiveDeck,” says Chris Keitel, a principal at Three Byte. “Last fall the luxury automaker Infiniti wanted to give attendees at their leadership summit a personalized experience that represented the streamlined, technology-enabled experience they were expected to present and emulate at their dealerships. We gave each group of 100 participants iPads, and presenters pushed content to each iPad using software we developed for the summit.”

Keitel reports that the success of the event and the growing popularity and power of the iPad suggested that the software they developed shouldn’t be just a one-off application. “We decided to scale it for presenters to use whenever and wherever they want to make a strong connection with their audience – from classrooms and boardrooms to trade shows and retail stores. We were guided by two principles: Make it easy for presenters and participants to use, and capitalize on the iPad’s abundant opportunities to engage audiences with interactive activities and rich media.”

ActiveDeck is a very versatile audience engagement iPad application and is tailored perfectly for education, corporate and trade show markets. For example in the educational market, ActiveDeck enables teachers to use questions, games, polls and surveys to obtain actionable intelligence from their students. ActiveDeck includes unique quiz/test functionality, which allows the teacher to specify correct answers for multiple-choice questions so they can be graded in real time. Students can see if they answered a question right or wrong via a pop-up feedback feature, which displays instant results on their device.

At the end of a series of questions individualized score reports and percentages of right/wrong answers can be viewed on the iPad. The teacher can also segment their students into groups and tally the correct answer percentages by each groups’ collective performance. Test results and student feedback can be used on the spot to boost classroom participation and engagement or analyzed later to improve future lessons.

In the corporate arena, ActiveDeck can be used to craft custom, interactive iPad presentations that can be simultaneously delivered to on-site and remotely connected participants making ActiveDeck the ideal solution for focus groups, compliance training or product launches.

Those exhibiting or presenting at trade shows can use ActiveDeck to showcase their products and services while gathering valuable customer and market insights.

ActiveDeck consists of three components: The PowerPoint add-in, the iPad app, and the cloud service which ties it all together. All that’s required to get started is PowerPoint 2010 for Windows and the ActiveDeck add-in.

First, the presenter uses the ActiveDeck add-in to make their PowerPoint presentation interactive and to publish it to the cloud.

Next, participants log in via the ActiveDeck app and download the presentation onto their iPad. They can now begin to influence the presentation in real time and contribute valuable feedback to the discussion.

ActiveDeck is built on Microsoft’s Azure platform and securely manages the publication and distribution of presentations in the cloud. All data is encrypted and presentations can be public or password protected. The presenter can use ActiveDeck’s analytics capabilities to track who has viewed the presentation and when. Information collected from the audience is stored and available for post-event reporting.

The ActiveDeck single-user demo is available free online. Pricing plans for small (2-99 users) and large (100-300 users) events are offered along with enterprise pricing for an unlimited number of users (with custom software solutions included).

For more information visit www.activedeck.com or contact Three Byte Intermedia at info@3-byte.com or call at 646 233 1700

ActiveDeck

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