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uniDock in charge of mobile devices


iROOM


Back-to-Back displays


LUMI LEGEND The DiGidot T ube from


InventDesign can create spectacular effects


LEDs any way you want them


INVENTDESIGN


Creative LED lighting company InventDesign will be back at ISE for the second time having received a very positive response to its product offering last year. At the heart of the company’s presence is its DiGidot line of dynamic LED lighting solutions, with ISE 2014 witnessing the debut of the DiGidot Tube Slimline 12V. As well as LED strips, the


company offers the DiGidot Turbo, which has the appearance of an old-fashioned lamp and is designed for decorative purposes. Like all DiGidot products, it is DMX-addressable. The Digidot Globe is intended for use in covering walls and ceilings, the


globes being mounted on aluminium fixings. Each Globe is individually addressable, and is equipped with six RGB SMD LEDs, encased in an opal cover for a uniform lighting effect. For a 3D effect, InventDesign offers its DiGidot Tube, which comprises a PCB with LEDs on both sides. Multiple Tubes can be connected, and ten Tubes make up a DMX universe. Other members of the DiGidot family include the Nano, the Micro, the Curtain, the Beam and the Wash. Despite the extensive DiGidot


range appearing to offer anything a lighting designer might want, InventDesign says that it is also able to create bespoke, custom solutions. Stand: 11-P65


The new Back-to-Back TV Cart from Lumi is said to be perfect for conferencing, trade show or other professional presentation purposes. It has 4in (10cm) shock-absorbing wheels, allowing it to be swiftly manoeuvred and smoothly positioned. Its sleek aluminium construction allows its height to be freely adjusted for optimal viewing. It can support two flatscreen displays back-to-back, with a weight capacity of up to 40kg (88lb) for each screen. The universal brackets fit most flatpanel TVs sized between 37in and 70in. The plate also allows tool-less +3°/-3° screen level adjustment and +5°/-10° tilt to ensure a good viewing angle. The Back-to-Back TV Cart uses modular construction for easy attachment and quick release. Cables are channelled via integrated cable management through the cart for a clean appearance. A range of optional accessories allows users to customise the cart to meet any specific needs. Stand: 9-C102


The new uniDock from iRoom and cMode is a universal wireless charger that will work with nearly all mobile devices. It comes with connections for Apple Lightning, Micro-USB or USB-A 2.0, with users able to choose by simply turning the mount. The uniDock will fit a normal European wall box and operates on main voltage supply. iRoom remarks: “Other manufacturers have single chargers either for the iPhone or with a USB connector, and in many cases they are not in-wall but on-wall solutions.” Since uniDock is so flexible, it means it is more


The uniDock can charge all of the primary mobile systems


applicable for a wider range of projects as it can be used with many mobile devices, claims the company. The charger has a high power output (10W/2A) for charging two devices at the same time, plus an adjustable night light. Stand: 5-R97


4K, HTML5 and streaming HD BRIGHTSIGN


4K and HTML5 support as well as enhanced IP streaming will be the three core themes at the BrightSign stand. Among other items, visitors can see landscape and portrait 4K Seiki Digital screens with 4K content upscaled from 1080p using the video engine in the XD player. The demo showcases the


picture quality available from 4K screens powered by BrightSign XD players upgraded with the new 4.7 firmware. Announced in November, the new 4.7 firmware and BrightAuthor 3.7 software are free to all BrightSign customers to download. Also on the stand is a live IP


streaming demonstration, showing how 4.7- enabled XD players can now support Full HD video streaming including HLS, SHOUTcast, video


streaming in HTML, and playback from head-end real-time encoders. As an additional feature, a BrightSign XD player acting as an IP streaming server will serve locally stored content files to other players or devices. Video on Demand is the subject of one of the five daily presentation sessions held on the BrightSign booth.


The enhanced HTML5 support


features of the BrightSign XD player range are being introduced at ISE and will be the subject of a daily presentation. The new software and firmware releases enable HTML assets to exist on the BrightSign canvas as independent packages. Stand: 8-N250


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