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Flexible Digital Display Technology Stands Poised to Revolutionize How, When and Where Displays are Used, Says NanoLumens President Rick Cope

Advanced flexible display technology is making flexible communications displays cost-effective and allowing owners to position digital signage in previously inaccessible locations and use them in ways that were never possible before. Because of the infinite number of uses and applications that benefit from lightweight displays that can be installed quickly and easily, the flexible display revolution is beginning today.

“Make no mistake about it, NanoLumens flexible LED displays aren’t going to just transform the digital signage industry,” said NanoLumens® President Rick Cope. “They are going to revolutionize it beyond our wildest imaginations. Whether it’s hanging window displays, electronic message boards, digital billboards or large scale digital video displays, the uses for digital communications displays are as varied as the brands that manufacture them.

“There are so many industries that utilize signage—storefronts, event venues, event production companies, billboard advertisers, transit centers, bars and restaurants, stadiums and arenas—that the digital signage market is fragmented with unique products specifically designed to cater to every possible need. By designing a display that can literally bend to accommodate any installation, we’ve created one display to rule them all.“

For example, to make sure every attendee at the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party’s 2011 Greater Toronto Area Dinner could clearly view party leader Tim Hudak’s speech, the event’s production company, Metalworks Production Group, knew they needed a large display that could be set up and broken down quickly and easily, could be viewed from any angle and was bright enough to be viewed from hundreds of feet away.

Metalworks went to the audiovisual experts at APG Displays to find the ideal solution, and were told that NanoLumens NanoFlex™ lightweight flexible displays, a relatively new technology, were their best option. Metalworks ended up deploying two NanoLumens NanoFlex 112” flexible digital displays on either side of the speaker’s podium to provide an optimal viewing experience for all attendees. And it’s a good thing they did, because the event turned out to be the largest and most successful dinner in the party’s history, drawing more than 800 supporters and candidates to attend and raising nearly $1.5 million (Canadian) for the party!

With the staggering number of application-specific displays being manufactured today, this type of multi-use display is a breath of fresh air. With the advent of large, lightweight, variable-brightness, flexible digital displays that can be relocated easily and hung on a wall as simply as a painting, the need to juggle an inventory of projectors and flat screen LCD displays becomes a thing of the past.

“Think of the possibilities for a flexible digital display that is 112” diagonal, weighs only 85 pounds and can be put nearly anywhere, including being hung from the ceiling, mounted on a curved wall or wrapped around a column,” Cope said. “Here are just a few: outdoor advertising, roadside signs, information displays at transit centers and malls, video walls for concert tours and public or private events, or even a completely mobile advertising or information display for large venues such as convention centers or stadiums.”

For Metalworks, it was vital that they be able to set up and break down the video displays quickly and easily without needing a whole crew of workers because the dinner was only a few hours long. The NanoLumens NanoFlex displays were indeed the perfect solution for this, because they are so lightweight, need minimal labor to install and don’t require any heavy or cumbersome rigging.

First introduced in 2010, NanoLumens award-winning LED displays remain the only solution of their kind. NanoLumens is the only company in the world able to reliably manufacture ultra-thin and lightweight, easy-to-install and maintain, seamless 4mm pixel pitch flexible LED displays in virtually any shape or size to meet each customer’s unique requirements.

Designed and assembled entirely in the United States, NanoLumens displays are now available in both flexible and non-flexible frames in four product lines: NanoFlex™ and NanoFlex Wrap flexible displays; NanoSlim™ non-flexible rectangular displays; and NanoShape™ non-flexible round, square, and triangular displays.

Headquartered in Norcross, Georgia, NanoLumens, Inc. (www.nanolumens.com) is a privately held corporation engaged in the research, product development and component design for unique flexible displays that address a yawning technology gap in the $14 billion digital display industry. NanoLumens has built a portfolio of more than 20 international families of issued and filed patents on its flexible display technology that effectively address the commercial market void between relatively small flat-panel displays and huge, limited application LED boards. NanoLumens technology is not constrained by standard sizes and shapes, or by the size, noise and cost issues associated with commercial LED products.

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XPAND Infinity System Brings Powerful 3D Impact to Live Rental and Staging Applications

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands – There’s nothing like 3D to add impact to presentations at trade shows, product launches and corporate and media events. 3D technology can provide the difference between displays that get lost in the crowd, or ones that make an unforgettable impact on attendees and potential customers. XPAND’s X103c Infinity system is designed to deliver the ultimate 3D viewing experience, and is the only 3D system that can be used on any type of surface, including standard rental screens, perforated screens, inflatable screens and even building walls.

“At live events, the atmosphere is busy and hectic, with tremendous competition for attention,” noted Maria Costeira, CEO, XPAND. “In such a fast-paced environment, exhibitors need displays that really stand out. Our XPAND Infinity system can help companies create visual displays that engage the viewer and leave a memorable impression that will stay with them long after the event is over.”

The XPAND Infinity X103c is a complete 3D system that provides ultimate-quality 3D images on virtually any screen size, shape or surface. The system employs the patented Infinity projector controller, which is optimized to work with digital projectors and XPAND Infinity Deluxe 3D Glasses or Infinity 3D Glasses to provide the brightest, most vivid and realistic 3D images available.

The Infinity Deluxe 3D Glasses and Infinity 3D Glasses have a stylish appearance and offer a high 96 to 144Hz refresh rate for flicker-free images. The Infinity Deluxe 3D glasses have up to 38% transparency and a 3000:1 contrast ratio, while the Infinity 3D Glasses offer up to 37% transparency and a 2000:1 contrast ratio. The glasses’ lightweight ergonomic designs and choice of three interchangeable nosepieces ensure long-wearing comfort, and their wide 3D viewing angle provides an optimal 3D image across a large area.

The XPAND Infinity projector controller can support screen sizes up to 300 feet wide, whether the screen is flat, curved, dome-shaped or even Cinerama format. The Infinity controller assures multi-directional synchronization for perfect 3D images over a wide viewing range, without ghosting or artifacts. Up to seven controllers can be linked together to operate as a large-scale system.

For more information on XPAND 3D, please visit www.xpand.me

About XPAND 3D:
The global leader in the 3D technologies for home, business, education, cinema, military and medical applications, XPAND is committed to advancing the state-of-the art in technology to provide consumers, businesses, educators and medical professionals with the comprehensive advantages of stereoscopic 3D. XPAND provides glasses on a linear scale from the most advanced and feature-packed for sophisticated surgical, training and home theater to more ruggedized and affordable for cinema and mass market use. X6D Limited is a global company whose products and services are marketed under the XPAND brand name. XPAND 3D technology is used by over 5,000 3D cinemas in more than 50 countries and is the 3D solution of choice for post-production houses, educational and professional 3D applications. XPAND designs, manufactures and OEMs a range of consumer electronics 3D solutions that are driving the 3D revolution.

HARMAN’s Lexicon Now Offering Individual Plug-Ins from PCM Native Effects and PCM Native Reverb Bundles

ANAHEIM, California – HARMAN’s Lexicon today announced the availability of the individual plug-ins from its popular PCM Native Effects and PCM Native Reverb Bundles. A total of 14 plug-ins will be available including Pitch Shift, MultiVoice Pitch, Chorus, Resonant Chords, Random Delay, Dual Delay, Stringbox, Vintage Plate, Plate, Hall, Room, Random Hall, Concert Hall and Chamber.

“Offering the individual plug-ins from our PCM Native Effects and PCM Native Reverb Bundles represents our commitment to provide Lexicon users with greater flexibility and ease to obtain exactly the sound quality they are looking for from the specific plug-in(s) they need for any project,” said Rob Urry, Vice President HARMAN Professional Division & GM of Signal Processing and Amplifier Business Units.

The PC- and Macintosh®-compatible plug-ins are designed to work with popular DAWs like Pro Tools®, Logic® and Nuendo®, as well as with any other VST®, Audio Unit™ or RTAS®-compatible host.

Each plug-in can be run in mono, stereo or mono in/stereo out, and on-screen input and output meters are provided for precise level setting.

All Lexicon plug-ins are Native only, and require iLok2 authorization. The individual plug-ins will be available in February 2012.

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of audio and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets — supported by 15 leading brands, including AKG, Harman Kardon, Infinity, JBL, Lexicon and Mark Levinson. The Company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of about 12,500 people across the Americas, Europe and Asia, and reported net sales of $4.0 billion for twelve months ending September 30, 2011.

XPAND Delivers the Ultimate 3D Experience in High-End Home Theaters at ISE 2012

AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands – At Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2012, XPAND is demonstrating its unmatched ability to provide the ultimate high-end 3D home theater experience. The XPAND YOUniversal 3D Electronic Eyewear and AE125 IR emitter deliver unsurpassed 3D image quality in high-end home cinema installations.

“Devoted home theater enthusiasts are committed to creating a true cinema-quality environment in their viewing rooms, with big-screen projection, the very best picture quality and immersive surround sound,” said Maria Costeira, CEO, XPAND. “At ISE 2012, XPAND is demonstrating its commitment to serving the high-end home cinema market with products that bring the same spectacular level of 3D realism enjoyed in the movie theater right into the home.”

XPAND’s YOUniversal 3D Electronic Eyewear optimizes the 3D experience for every viewer, by modifying the 3D parameters for each user and for different 3D environments. These top-quality glasses offer unprecedented personal customization, compatibility with all types of 3D devices, long wearing comfort and appealing style.

The glasses accommodate the fact that every person’s eyes and facial structure is different, and that each wearer’s viewing requirements and home theater system are different. XPAND YOUniversal 3D Glasses are available in a variety of colors, sizes and styles, and can be configured to communicate with infrared (IR), Bluetooth (BT) and radio frequency (RF) 3D systems.

XPAND’s AE125 IR emitter is specifically designed to meet the requirements of home theater environments. The AE125 is installed at the front of the theater and aimed at the viewers, providing full coverage in domestic applications where bouncing the IR signal off the screen (the 3D synchronization signal required by the glasses) is impractical. The AE125 utilizes 56 high-power, wide-angle diodes and can be used by up to 50 people.

For more information on XPAND, please visit www.xpand.me

About XPAND 3D:
The global leader in the 3D technologies for home, business, education, cinema, military and medical applications, XPAND is committed to advancing the state-of-the art in technology to provide consumers, businesses, educators and medical professionals with the comprehensive advantages of stereoscopic 3D. XPAND provides glasses on a linear scale from the most advanced and feature-packed for sophisticated surgical, training and home theater to more ruggedized and affordable for cinema and mass market use. X6D Limited is a global company whose products and services are marketed under the XPAND brand name. XPAND 3D technology is used by over 5,000 3D cinemas in more than 50 countries and is the 3D solution of choice for post-production houses, educational and professional 3D applications. XPAND designs, manufactures and OEMs a range of consumer electronics 3D solutions that are driving the 3D revolution.

Rat Sound and L-ACOUSTICS Help the Stars Shine at the Observatory

Santa Ana’s Galaxy Theatre, now under new management, splits into two venues and updated with acoustic treatments and KARAi system

SANTA ANA, California — Orange County’s 40-year-old Galaxy Theatre changed ownership back in August and has now undergone a significant metamorphosis into two separate live performance spaces: the intimate 350-capacity Constellation Room and much larger Observatory, which can accommodate an audience of over 1000. One of the primary improvements made to the venue in the process was the installation of an L-ACOUSTICS KARAi line source array system provided by Certified Provider Rat Sound Systems, Inc. of Camarillo, California. more

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Harris Corporation Introduces QuiC Software Family of Quality Control Solutions for Broadcast and New Media File-Based Assets

MELBOURNE, FL/DENVER, February 6, 2012 — Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS), an international communications and information technology company, will unveil its next-generation family of file-based analysis solutions at upcoming shows in South Asia, the Middle East and North America — bringing top-tier quality control without compromise to broadcasters, content producers, cable networks, post houses and other digital media operations.

The Harris® QuiC™ software family minimizes the workload for video server operators in TV stations, network facilities and new media operations. Customers using QuiC software tools to analyze files ingested into video servers can achieve results faster through automated processes. Featuring best-in-class quality control technology from content analysis specialist Digimetrics, the Harris® QuiC™ software family includes three easy-to-use, cost-effective tools:
• QuiC™ Pro for maximum flexibility, with scalability to enterprise-level operations
• QuiC™ Express for file analysis in less complex workflows
• QuiC™ View for visual presentation of digital content with ties to HTML reports

“The increasing emphasis on file-based workflows in today’s demanding broadcast, production and media operations creates a need for straightforward quality control processes,” said Harris Morris, president, Harris Broadcast Communications. “These new tools provide fast, effective and actionable results without false positives — allowing our customers to more effectively share, distribute and monetize media assets across many workflows and delivery platforms.”

QuiC Pro and QuiC Express integrate quickly into any operation or facility, with ready-to-go test templates and an intuitive web-based user interface. A web-service Application Programming Interface (API) enables communication with digital asset management systems and other workflow components. Harris customers can easily integrate QuiC software products into workflow solutions featuring Harris NEXIO AMP® servers and Invenio® digital asset management software.

QuiC Pro offers the most flexible QC feature set for the creative process. It is ideal for use after content editing, during automated ingest, and for on-the-fly video transcoding and archival transfers. QuiC View is a professional-grade viewer that offers added value for content owners seeking a fast and efficient way to closely inspect file-based assets. All QuiC software products support multiple media formats, a wide range of video and audio codecs, and many ancillary and metadata formats.

The QuiC software family will debut overseas at the BES EXPO 2012, taking place February 11-13 at the Pragati Maidan in New Delhi, India (Stand 101, Hall 12A); and CABSAT 2012, taking place February 28 to March 1 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (Stand S3-A21, Sheikh Saeed Hall). The products will debut in North America at the 2012 NAB Show, taking place April 16-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center (Booth N2502).

In broadcast communications, Harris offers products, systems and services that provide interoperable workflow solutions for broadcast, cable, satellite and out-of-home networks. The Harris ONE™ solution brings together highly integrated and cost-effective products that enable advanced media workflows for emerging content delivery business models.

About Harris Corporation
Harris is an international communications and information technology company serving government and commercial markets in more than 150 countries. Headquartered in Melbourne, Florida, the company has approximately $6 billion of annual revenue and about 17,000 employees — including nearly 7,000 engineers and scientists. Harris is dedicated to developing best-in-class assured communications® products, systems, and services. Additional information about Harris Corporation is available at www.harris.com.
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College Expands, Chooses TechPod Classroom Podiums!

The Ashkelon Academic College has recently completed an entire wing expansion. The new, beautifully designed building has over 45 learning spaces, all were equipped with Tecom’s All in One Interactive Lecterns.

The lecture halls, classrooms and computer labs were equipped with TechPod Interactive (TPI-12), a breakthrough audio-visual lectern that has every multimedia capability built in.

One simple control panel is used for controlling every AV device, from an LCD projector, PC or document camera to a laptop and DVD player.

The rooms were equipped with short-throw projectors and a sound system to allow complete interactivity and new, ease to use and comfortable learning environment.

www.techpod.com

Community Delivers Powerful Sound for Salvation Army Kroc Center

Philadelphia, PA, February 2012…  McDonald’s founders Ray and Joan Kroc were known for supporting a variety of charitable causes, and their legacy continues with a multi-billion dollar donation to the Salvation Army for the construction of several community centers in cities across America. The latest Kroc Center, recently opened in North Philadelphia, is one of the largest facilities of its kind on the East Coast. Its 130,000 square feet includes a world-class aquatics center, state-of-the-art fitness center, worship and performing arts facilities, café and culinary education center, as well as a wide range of programs for kids, adults and senior citizens.

Powerful sound was a big part of the plan for the facility, explains RTS Unified Communications’ Joe Zamborsky. RTS specified a selection of Community Professional Loudspeakers for the project, including R-Series, WET-Series and CLOUD6 in-ceiling systems to cover the pool areas, worship center, fitness center gymnasium and numerous other areas.

“In any major project like this one, there are a number of challenges,” says Zamborsky. Clearly, the project’s tight six-month schedule was a demanding one, as was the need to be exceptionally flexible in the face of numerous logistical challenges. On more than one occasion, plans had to be altered due to unforeseen surprises during the construction process. “The number one most important thing is communication,” he observes. “We maintained a daily, ongoing dialogue with everyone involved in the project, and that was key to our ability to keep things moving.”

The Community loudspeakers fit the bill on multiple levels, says Zamborsky. “Particularly in the pool areas, which combined a tremendously reverberant environment with an exceptionally high humidity, the R-Series was the only choice. Not only do they look great, but they sound terrific.”

The competition pool area offered up additional challenges as well. “Aside from having to cover the pool area itself, we were tasked with creating a separate system to cover the stands, which are tucked away in their own alcove,” says Zamborsky. “We chose the Community WET Series to cover that area, because they provided both a tight, focused coverage pattern and a high degree of intelligibility.”

Not surprisingly, the facility has been overwhelmingly embraced by the local community. “This is a great place and a tremendous asset for the city of Philadelphia,” says Zamborsky. “We’re proud to have been a part of it, and proud to be able to deliver a great sounding environment for everyone using the facility.”

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Community Professional Loudspeakers has been a leading supplier of professional sound systems since 1968. Headquartered in Chester, Pennsylvania, Community distributes its products to over fifty countries on six continents. Visit www.communitypro.com for more information.

Stiernberg Consulting Announces Updated & Downloadable Industry Calendar

jeanne stiernbergSherman Oaks, CA, February 2012… Greetings and Happy 2012!  We’re just back from CES, NAMM, and ISE – all more vibrant shows than ever. Trade show season has begun again in the entertainment technology, music products, and AV systems industries.

Did you ever think that there would be so many shows in our industry, in so many cities around the world?

Stiernberg Consulting began tracking key industry events and publishing them on our website more than ten years ago. Since then, our Industry Calendar has grown to become a popular reference tool for our industry friends and colleagues. Our 2012 Calendar of Industry Events now includes more than 200 trade shows, conferences, and conventions worldwide.

The calendar is updated continually and includes the event name, sponsor or hosting organization, dates, and location. A web link will take you directly to any event’s website. This is a handy tool for managers and executives who are planning travel schedules, sales and marketing budgets, or market intelligence activities.

Please visit and check it out, or download the PDF of the full calendar at:

http://www.stiernberg.com/events.html

Please contact us with questions or to suggest additional events to include. We look forward to hearing from you.

Best wishes for big success in 2012!

Sincerely,

Jeanne Stiernberg

Founder and Principal Consultant

 

Jeanne Stiernberg is principal consultant with Stiernberg Consulting, the Sherman Oaks, CA-based business development firm (www.stiernberg.com). The company provides strategic planning, market intelligence, and M&A advisory services to the converging entertainment technology, music products, and AV systems industry worldwide. 
 
Stiernberg Consulting is the premier business development consultancy serving the converging entertainment technology, music products, and electronic systems industry worldwide. The company has served more than 130 clients since 1993.  

Sixteen19 Makes The Cut For SHOWTIME Sports/CBS Sports’ “A Game Of Honor”

‘Webisodes Continue To Score With Viewers – DVD To Follow

NEW YORK: One of Showtime Sports and CBS Sports’ most highly rated original feature length docu-dramas, A Game Of Honor provided an extraordinary perspective on preparations for the 2011 Army-Navy football game. Digital production teams chronicled U.S. Military Academy/West Point cadets and U.S. Naval Academy/Annapolis midshipmen throughout their intense military, educational and sports training as they readied themselves to serve their country and compete in this sports event.

With shooting beginning in May and the edit gearing up in September, the team had three months to edit and deliver the incredible events leading up to the widely anticipated 2011 Army / Navy game. With this tight schedule, including just 11 days between the Army/Navy game and the show’s airdate, Director/ Producer Peter Radovich, Jr. and Producer Steve Karasik enlisted frequent collaborator and Emmy-winning Sixteen19 creative editor Anthony Cortese for the cut.

“Last April, I had an epiphany about doing a documentary on training for the 2011 Army-Navy game,” Radovich says. “When Steve Karasik and I pitched it to CBS/Showtime execs, we got an immediate green light. When we kicked off production in May I was a little concerned about pulling it together in just six months. However, Anthony and I had collaborated on a number of short-form projects at Sixteen19, and I had great confidence in his skills. I knew we could make this happen.”

“A Game Of Honor, was one of the most complex and demanding assignments of my career,” Cortese says. “On most days, we had two cameras shooting on location morning thru night; on the field, in classrooms, dorms, gyms, all over both academies, but that ratcheted up to eight Canon 5D and Red Epic(r) kits for the main event, The 112th Army Navy Game. They accrued nearly 500 hours of footage, which I cut on a daily basis on Avid Version 5 as it arrived in our edit suite. This project was a full-scale marathon.” Associate editors Quenna Gregorio and Chris Mole worked alongside Cortese to manage multiple story lines.

To keep track of the voluminous material, the Sixteen19 technical team worked with the project’s field producers to develop a dailies workflow that was both fast and efficient. With over 100 shoot days, distinct tape names, scene and serial numbers were critical for each clip. This system helped to transcend the timecode limitations of the 5D at the time, issues with sync sound and the fact that crews were often simply moving too quickly to slate.

“A tapeless workflow project of this scope required an extraordinary support crew,” Cortese says. Sixteen19′s technical team collaborated closely with Cortese and a number of consulting experts to insure accurate conversion of multiple archival formats to 24p. After picture lock, Sixteen19 Senior Colorist Brian Boyd worked around the clock to make the footage come to life. Boyd remarked, “Balancing the multiple formats and shoot settings with such a tight deadline was challenging, but the timely and patriotic subject matter and the incredibly talented crew made for a rewarding experience.”

In addition to editing the two-hour CBS Sports docu-drama, which premiered Dec. 21st on Showtime, Cortese also edited a two-hour CBS TV cut. The network show hewed closely to the original, but excised the unexpurgated language of the cable version along with some particularly rough action scenes. He also edited seven of the ten ‘webisodes’ created to promote the show online. Ranging in length from three to eight minutes, they provided fans with additional details and insights not included in the full-length program.

“The ‘webisodes’ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQ29wKMekoE were an entirely different mindset,” Cortese points out. “They began airing in mid-October, and they continue to maintain a strong presence online today. We received reports that indicate they not only helped to attract a terrific audience to the Showtime and CBS presentations, but they’ve also attracted a rapt audience in their own right. We’ve heard stories about ardent online viewers who watch them repeatedly,literally studying them over and over. It’s gratifying to learn that your work is getting that level of serious attention.”

“We were cutting new footage up to a couple of weeks before airtime, we’re talking late nights and weekends here,” Rodovich concludes. “New story lines kept us constantly revising to make GOH as exciting and timely as possible. We screened the show for West Point and Annapolis brass shortly before airtime. Their positive reactions confirmed our instinct about having created something very special. We hope to have the DVD out soon, which will stand as a lasting record of this amazing adventure.”

Photo 1: Editor Anthony Cortese (l) and Director/Producer Peter Radovich, Jr.
at work on “A Game Of Honor” in a Sixteen19 Edit suite.

#1, 3, 5: Scenes from Showtime Sports/CBS Sports docu-drama “A Game Of Honor”

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Sixteen19 is a post-production services company with offices at 1619 Broadway, NYC and divisions in New Orleans, Los Angeles. and London. The firm specializes in DI, color correction, editing, finishing and on & near set services. The NYC complex features 15 spacious Avid editing suites, color correct theater/ screening rooms, digital dailies, file transcode/encode and workflow management. Contact: 212-245-1402 http://www.sixteen19.com

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