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AVWeek 655: Traffic-Shaping AV

The video version of this podcast can be found here.

Smaller Tech, Bigger Power?

If you didn’t set your clocks forward, this podcast is coming to you from the future! Regardless of what time you’re in, the news is always… Well, news. So we’ve gathered up some experts to discuss the biggest stories for the AV industry. Joining us this week is Erica Carroll from Mersive, Nick Mathis from VuWall and retired AV Sage Willie Franklin.

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Cobalt Iron has been granted a patent for their Compass technology. The software dynamically adjusts network traffic for improved data protection to optimize throughput levels in real-time. Users will be able to operate efficiently and mitigate security risks within data centers. As the convergence of AV and IT continues (or if you’re like Tim, it’s already happened) network security is becoming a much larger concern. What does something like this mean for integrators in the corporate space or even higher education?

Lifesize Plans is partnering with Panasonic and Think for their projection mapping solution. This immersive experience shows off a version of floorplans on a 1:1 scale and shows the process of building a home. This technology isn’t brand new, but it’s never been done quite as slick as this. Could we see other applications of projection mapping like this in other spaces? Discussing what it means to work within scale for a construction project.

Shure has announced their latest wireless lapel microphone. The MoveMic system is a tiny powerhouse that instead of using a traditional receiver, can go through their MOTIV app. Thoses not wanting to go that way can purchase the standalone MoveMic Receiver at a cost. It’s a tiny box for a powerhouse of a microphone, so that begs the question- how small can we get? Technology shrinking is much better than produce shrinking, but is there a limit before it becomes useless?

Links to sources: Notes:
  • AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
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