Simplicity is key...
We've all been in a meeting where the computer completely refuses to connect to the screen, and that feeling of anxiety takes over us. Thankfully, Barco have brought to the masses ClickShare, their wireless screen sharing model to ensure we never have those last minute frights again.
ClickShare was definitely the key feature on their stand and has caught the attention of many at this years ISE show. With three models in the range, it was hard not to be convinced by its simplicity. The larger design model, CSC-1 is ideal for conferences and boardroom meetings with its duel output, enabling up to four users to share content on-screen, at any one time...
Connecting wirelessly with a push of a button (literally), with no network log-in details or software downloads required and with 4K DisplayPort, Barco have demonstrated that their ClickShare range will be a common feature we can all come to see in our meetings in the very near future. Even ISE have introduced it in their Residential Solutions Theatre, check it out.
Visit their stand 11-F100 for more information on the range.
Control your home without leaving the sofa
Savvy, tech heavy home controls are already becoming common in many new homes, but are the control softwares effective for everyday use? Control4 have tackled this issue head on with its new, elegant interface for heating and air-conditioning systems. Their impressive range are making a splash in the industry, with its simplified controls, that can be used on numerous devices and its user friendly interface, that is ideal for near enough, everyone.
Still have doubt? Their ISE stand puts the control design to the test, by enabling attendees to see for themselves just how easy it is to handle. Also on display is how the control system will look on near enough every device... even on an Apple Watch. All devices speak simulatniously to one another, removing the need to use one device; as long as the software is downloaded, you are good to go.
You can visit their stand 10-N114.
Making a splash in the CEDIA education pool at ISE 2016
With his presentation 'Artificial Intelligence and Invisible Design' overflowing into the walkways, and his CEDIA training course 'Sales Estimating and Proposals' reaching some of CEDIA's highest attendee numbers this year, Green has definitely been a hit with this years ISE crowd.
Rich Green is one of CEDIA's highest ranked instructors. Having worked closely with those within Silicon Valley, venture capitalists and other industry minds, Greens courses are not to be missed to get state of the art industry insight.
Didn't catch Greens course? Don't worry, CEDIA will be hosting 'Design thinking and Client Discovery' with Green and Peter Aylett. Also, CEDIA's 'Slow Technology' and 'From Home Theatre to Virtual Reality' at the Residential Solutions Theatre.
For more information visit CEDIA EMEA stand 1-F21. You won't want to miss out...
Keep up-to-date with ISE 2016 with CEDIA EMEA Twitter. Visit the CEDIA team at stand 1-F21.