Thursday, 31 January 2013

Extron Secure Tabletop Mounting Enclosure for iPad

Extron has recently released a new mounting solution for Apple's iPad. Great secure design.

The Extron TLM 100T is a secure tabletop mount designed for use with 2nd, 3rd, or 4th generation iPads. The TLM 100T is the first secure iPad enclosure designed specifically for the professional AV market, and has several features that make it ideal for high-traffic areas where an iPad is running Extron control apps or is being used as a presentation video source. When locked in with the included security fasteners, the iPad is safeguarded against theft. The discrete cable management system allows iPad adapters and charging cables to be routed through the adjustable and removable base.

Tuesday, 29 January 2013

40,000 lumen Projector Rig

Digital Projection has announced a rigging frame that combines two of its 20,000 lumen Titan Super Quad projectors.


Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Jobs available @ AVC

Looking for a job in the exciting world of Audio Visual. Check the following positions available:


An interactive media installation uses a Microsoft Kinect unit, Epson projector and studio monitors to allow users to manipulate audio and video content by pushing a stretched sheet of spandex. Firewall, created by Mike Allison and Aaron Sherwood, was based on a performance piece that will premiere in June 2013 and contains a scene where dancers press into the spandex with the audience facing the other side.

Monday, 7 January 2013

Barco acquires majority share in projectiondesign

projectiondesign, the Norway based leader in high performance projection, announced today that Barco has acquired 61% of its shares from private equity fund Herkules Capital. The remaining shares of projectiondesign are held by minority shareholders.

This could be very interesting, especially when you consider that some of the best projection designers and engineers are employed by projectiondesign. Expect some very interesting developments from these two brands in the near future.

IBM's Future Predictions on Cognitive Computing

The goal of cognitive computing is to get a computer to behave, think and interact the way humans do. In 5 years, machines will emulate human senses, each in their own special way. Every year IBM makes predictions about 5 technology innovations that stand to change the way we live within the next 5 years. See all IBM 5 in 5 predictions at

WOW...WOW...WOW...computers are really taking over