• Tuesday , 21 November 2017

Technology News

Stampede exclusive on Christie Access series

Stampede exclusive on Christie Access series

Stampede is to serve as Christies’ exclusive distributor in the United Kingdom, Eire and North America for the manufacturer’s Access Series. The Christie Access Series of displays is designed and engineered to provide dealers with the perfect combination of state-of-the-art 4K UHD performance and price performance value.

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The NEC Solutions Showcase

The NEC Solutions Showcase

Step into real-life scenarios, enhanced by the technology of the future, yet available today. The NEC Solutions Showcase is not just another exhibition with vendor stands. By collaborating with our partners, NEC presents fully working solutions as you might find in a wide range of daily experiences; at the shops, in the work place, when travelling or enjoying your leisure time.

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New standard for object recognition

New standard for object recognition

Interactive Scape (IAS) has announced Capore Plus, a new standard for tangible object recognition. Described as the most effective and reliable tangible object recognition technology currently available, Capore Plus represents an advance on the company’s Capore Basic solution, and is said to be considerably cheaper to implement.

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World’s first true touch-screen see-through window

World’s first true touch-screen see-through window

Seloy Live says it has installed the world’s first ever see-through, touch-screen storefront using the company’s unique ‘Supercharged’ glass, in partnership with the Kalevala Innovation Lab. Integrated into the Kalevala Jewellery flagship store in Helsinki, the SENSE technology window is the first of its kind anywhere in the world as the only storefront to utilise a genuine interactive touch-screen window.

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Projector values declines outpace volumes

Projector values declines outpace volumes

In its latest quarterly Worldwide Projector Market report, Futuresource reveals that the market’s value decline continues to rapidly outpace volume – leading to fears that certain vendors will struggle to maintain a presence in the mainstream market. In Q1 2016 the worldwide projector market declined 3% year on year (YoY) to 1.73m units, with value tumbling three times this pace at 9%, to $1.9 billion

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