Distance learning and hybrid classrooms have accelerated the need for video tools that engage students but don’t require personnel to be present on site.
Sony recently launched the Version 3.0 update for the BRC-X400, SRG-X400, and SRG-X120 cameras, which will support the SRT protocol, bringing high-quality video transmission with low latency.
Sony is expanding its BRAVIA line of 4K HDR professional displays, adding the BZ35J and BZ30J series, which range in size from 32 to 75 inches.
Extended reality technologies have been in use for decades, but pandemic-related flux is inspiring commercial stakeholders to reassess XR’s potential.
To facilitate a HyFlex model of teaching and learning, University of North Carolina Greensboro recently installed 16 of Sony’s MAS-A100 beamforming ceiling microphones across its campus.
We’ve rounded up the latest models of PTZ and pro cameras for videoconferencing and streaming applications.
The newest addition to Sony’s switcher family, the XVS-G1, is an entry-level compact live production switcher developed as a next-generation platform.
As segments of the economy slowly reopen, projection mapping is expected to regain momentum thanks to its incomparable wow factor and creative potential.
The Digital Signage Event attendees will have the opportunity to win a variety of prizes—from actual pro AV gear to gift cards—on March 4.
PTZOptics has released the PT-SuperJoy-G1 Joystick Controller, a comprehensive solution supporting serial and network-based camera control.
Video walls that were used for promotion pre-pandemic are being repurposed to attract and engage with audiences in a different way.
With pandemic safety protocols forcing many industries to turn to remote video options, pan/tilt/zoom (PTZ) cameras may offer an ideal solution for those looking for better video quality than your everyday webcam.
Sony Electronics has unveiled its latest innovation in direct-view LED: the modular Crystal LED C-series (ZRD-C12A/C15A) with high contrast, and B-series (ZRD-B12A/B15A) with high brightness.
Mercy Ships, a floating hospital, uses technology to enhance ship communications with donations and discounted products from companies like Peerless-AV, QSC, and more.