Ensemble Designs - is now showing two new products. In development for many months, they are finally delivering an extremely high quality multi-viewer in an 8x2 -> 16x4 configuration. It will be housed in the Avenue Frame and will be available very soon. Click Here For More Information on the MV82 and MV164. Also, they are showing an award winning compact, clean/quiet, flex router in the Bright Eye Line. You will notice that the Bright Eye products look a little different. Although they are the same form factor, they will have a new front panel design and will also now be IP based instead of USB. The flex router will give you 2 dedicated inputs, 2 dedicated outputs, 7 flexible i/o ports, 2 SFP flexible i/o ports and a reference input. Click Here For More Information on the Bright Eye NXT430.
NAB 2013 - Ross Video and Unreel join forces to offer a complete Plug & Play solutionthat delivers network-quality augmented-reality graphics that integrate seamlessly into any broadcast environment, with no green screen required.
The AR solution is designed for broadcasters who wish to enhance their viewers’ experience by adding virtual monitors and other 3D-graphic AR elements to their productions. It allows them to deliver graphics and live or stored video into their existing studio or field-based programming. The Plug & Play AR solution is perfect for news, weather, and sports productions, allowing graphic elements to be positioned in 3D space as the camera moves, pans, tilts, or zooms. The UX AR Control Panel is designed to easily enable “AR Advertising”, a new revenue opportunity for broadcasters through the delivery of advertising and sponsorships within AR designs.
For over forty years, Telemetrics, a U.S. company, has manufactured quality robotic pan tilt systems for the broadcast market. I still fondly remember my first Telemetrics system install that we did at Nortel Networks in Raleight Durham N.C. Today, I think one of their more interesting products is the RCP-TS, which is an advanced PTZ controller with touch screen functionality designed to control 3rd party PTZ cameras like the Panasonic AW-HE120 or the Canon BU Series. The Florida Channel recently purchased a number of these units to control some of their committee rooms. The feel of the Panasonic controller just didn't cut it for their production staff, and so the Telemetrics product was chosen instead. It really gives clients looking for lower priced cameras an option for a better control system.