Pointmaker LLC announced the release of the Pointmaker CR-100 courtroom annotation system, streamlined to meet the requirements specified by courtroom design consultants. The simpler concept also makes the product easier to install and easier for attorneys, judges and witnesses to draw or highlight over details in documents, photos, slides or AV images presented as visual evidence.
Based on a “1-in-1-out” concept (HDMI in/out), installation of the CR-100 is more straight-forward than previous models. In large courtroom installations, the Pointmaker CR-100 can be connected as an input to (and output from) a matrix switcher, allowing annotation over any video looped through the CR-100. Yet, this model can also be easily integrated into small courtroom installations that use only a laptop or document camera.
“Any courtroom that uses video could probably use a Pointmaker CR-100,” says Pointmaker Executive VP Jennifer Marshall. She says this model also switches more smoothly and seamlessly, offering increased reliability and compatibility.
“In short, this model has the most critical features at the best price,” she says. The Pointmaker CR-100 courtroom annotation system will debut at InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas this June, booth #C8130.
###About Pointmaker LLCPointmaker LLC is a Tucson, Ariz.-based AV manufacturer and app developer for the presentation and collaboration markets. In the 1990s, the hardware-based Pointmaker annotation systems gained national exposure during the famous O.J. Simpson trial and on Monday Night Football. Today, the Pointmaker line continues to develop with the addition of the Engage Pointmaker Systems, which combines Pointmaker hardware with iPad apps for the classroom. The Pointmaker is also used in courtrooms, surgical operating rooms, boardrooms, emergency centers, operation control centers, and places of worship, as well as for distance learning and broadcast. For further information, visit the Pointmaker website at www.pointmaker.com or call (800) 552-2262.