As part of our continued coverage of InfoComm 2021, AVNation talks with BTX. Being a “Tribrid” company, BTX has its hands in distribution, manufacturing, and custom assembly for video capture.
“We’re always looking for interesting new technologies even if they need help bringing it up to the market,” said Coherent Media Systems Specialist from BTX Chris Mehalso.
Mehalso gave us a look into their stable streaming solutions, showcasing products with unique features at a competitive price point. One product line Mehalso introduced to us was INOGENI, a Canadian manufacturer focused on capturing and switching. The INOGENI U-Cam takes any two USB devices, passes it through USB, and converts the content into HDMI.
Mehalso also showcases the new INOGENI Toggle which acts as a host to host USB switch. The Toggle sends all of the USB peripherals to the BYOM (bring your own meeting) user. Once done, the USB peripherals default back to their original status.
You can check out the full interview and more coverage of InfoComm 2021 on our website.
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