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In this B&H video, Joe Chadwick takes the OBSBOT Tail Air, an AI-powered 4K PTZ streaming camera, out for a spin. He tests its gesture-control features, its low-light capability, and more. 0:00 - Introduction 0:33 - Specs 1:09 - Control Using Hand Gestures 1:50 - Setting Up, Mobile App, Smart Remote 2:55 - More Specs & Accessories What do you think of the OBSBOT Tail Air? Leave your impressions in the
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The Shure STEM Ecosystem provides professional-level audio for your conference room video calls. In this video, Robert Rives dissects the system and explains how to customize it to meet your needs. 0:00 - Introduction 1:25 - Shure Stem Table Conference Table Speakerphone Array 2:03 - Shure Stem Wall Conference Wall Mount Speakerphone Array 2:32 - Shure Stem Ceiling Conference Room Ceiling Microphone 3:25 - Shure Stem Speaker Conference Room Meeting Speaker 4:05 - Shure Hub Express
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AAXA Technologies have expanded its portable projector lineup with the release of the SLC450, a palm-sized projector that is capable of big performance. At its core is a trio of RGB LEDs that can create Full HD 1080p HDR images with rich contrast and more vivid colors than comparable single-chip options. Playback is versatile, with support for wireless networks, mobile devices, and physical media. Thanks to an
by Rebecca Melville ·Posted
When friends ask how I manage to create a full work-from-home setup in my small Brooklyn bedroom, I tell them, “Patience, a bit of finessing, and a monitor arm.” Specifically, the LX Monitor Arm from Ergotron, which has quickly become one of my favorite work-from-home accessories and the reason my small desk space is so functional.
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In this B&H video, we examine the AVer VB130, an easy-to-use 4K conference videobar that allows for high-quality video conferencing. Whether you're in the conference room or the classroom, the built-in 6W speaker, five-microphone array, built-in light, as well as other features, will elevate your video calls! Use the Comments section below to tell us which features of the AVer VB130 stand out for you.
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NEC has two new series of projectors about to be released that are designed for use in K-12 classrooms. The NP-ME series has wider throw ratio ranges for added versatility over the NP-MC series, so they can be used either closer or farther from the screen, and be more easily moved from one classroom to another that might have different projection requirements. With five total models to choose from, one of these is likely to be a good fit for your classroom. The NP-ME series is made up of the
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The new school year is right around the corner, and there’s no better time to take your classrooms into the 21st Century by replacing that dusty, chalk-stained slab of slate at the front of the room with an interactive whiteboard solution. There are a lot to choose from, but hopefully this list will help you narrow it down. Projectors Epson’s BrightLink series of short- and
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Panasonic recently released several new presentation projectors, and they’ve seemingly got something for everyone, ranging from 3100 to 4400 lumens of brightness, XGA (1024 x 768) to WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution, and in both standard- and short-throw configurations. Starting with the lone short-throw model, the PT-TW350U offers 3300 lumens of brightness with a WXGA (1280 x 800) native resolution and can create images up to
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Bring your keynotes and presentations to life with the Xcellon Wireless Presenter with Laser Pointer and Mouse Control. This wireless handheld controller is equipped with a laser pointer and features multiple functions that imitate mouse and keyboard commands, simplifying presentations and eliminating distractions
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Grandview is likely to have the screen you need in the size you want, whether it’s for mobile use, in the office, or at home. Grandview's comprehensive line of projection screens includes options from just about every projection genre—fixed-frame screens great for home theater or fixed installation setups; manual and motorized pull-down screens that keep politely out of
by Peter Ward_1 ·Posted
As with so many consumer products these days, selecting a projector can be a walk in the park when you are armed with the correct information—there are just so many options. Choosing the right projector is a simple process if you are familiar with these prerequisites. The screen size (width, most importantly) Distance between the projector and the screen (throw distance) An estimate of the amount of ambient light present in the room in which the projector will be used At this point you may be thinking, “Great. But I can't answer any of those
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What is a projection screen and what is it used for?   A projection screen is a large reflective surface, usually white, that’s typically hung on a wall in a room at some distance in front of any type of digital or film projector for the purposes of entertainment, training, education, or sales presentation. Compared to a bare wall, a projection screen affords higher reflectivity, resulting in a brighter picture. A screen also bestows a more uniform image surface and truer color rendition. Still, there are special paints that can be applied to