Audio & Broadcast
Looking for extraordinary audio in your next meeting? Book an audio demonstration with Jands at Integrate 2019 and experience superior sound.
With more than 50 new Bose Professional products, integrators can now build complete Bose systems for any space or application.
Advances in computer networking and bandwidth along with high-capacity, low-cost storage have made producing, downloading and sharing video easier than ever.
AV resellers should be glad to hear that podcasting is a booming sector. With established broadcasters, mobile journalists and an increasing amount of everyday consumers looking for professional recording equipment, there’s never been a better time to make your voice heard.
The power of audio to influence behaviour has been known for decades. Find out how retailers are using custom audio to engage customers, drive sales and enrich the in-store experience.
SONICAM is a professional, spherical VR camera with 9 fish-eye cameras, 64 microphones, 4K HD resolution, and 360 degrees field of view. The combination of these features in one single device means that users can film any scenes vividly without any blind spots or image distortion.
Combining d&b loudspeaker systems with state-of-the-art processing power, object-based mixing and sophisticated room emulation, d&b Soundscape is a toolkit to enable the creation of an unparalleled listening experience.
Audio Visual Distributors will launch the AVPro Edge this year at Integrate, designed specifically to help integrators who need to distribute a signal to a variety of displays and keep an optimal picture, without compromising on picture quality.
Smart objects are becoming more intelligent by the day, integrating into lives like new members of families, and even new colleagues. With costs coming down, we can expect to see more technology that recognises faces, images, gestures, speech, even emotions, all the while picking up on natural language processing too.
Modern life is full of distractions. Our brains are wired to listen out for sounds to warn us of danger, communicate with others and soothe us through music, but with so much noise competing for our attention, it can be overwhelming. Now technology is looking to the sounds of nature to help us live, work and play more effectively.