|Telstra opens new technology precinct in Sydney|
Telstra opens its new technology precinct in Sydney complete with broadcast studio, theatre, telco-themed restaurant and a singing robot. The unique Customer Insight Center was designed to bring together leading-edge technologies, innovations and insights to shift customers with 4K interactive video ring, 300 seat theatre, datacenter amongst other superior experiences. The system contains Lightware’s flagship 25G-FR160x160 & FR80x80 together with modular MX-FR33 & FR17 and an MX8x8-HDMI-Pro standalone matrix.
|The Han Show - A Dragone creation|
The Han Show is based in Wuhan, China and it is the largest and most impressive permanent entertainment show in the world. At the heart of the system, video is provided by Photon servers and distributed through a large Lightware MX-FR65R matrix over fiber runs to the projectors. Lightware was chosen because it adds absolutely zero frame delay in the switching and extension.
|Published on 26 March 2015|
Welcome to our latest newsletter. This month we would like to introduce to you a standard application, often seen in the live event market, containing fiber optical extenders and a TPS series HDBaseTTM extender which are all connected to a central matrix switcher frame.
|Quince Imaging and Lightware Make Projection Mapping the Norm for NBA and NHL|
Quince Imaging, Washington, D.C., creates architectural and widescreen image projection and 3D interactive video content for events. As a special attraction during NBA and NHL games, they push 4K content from Coolux Pandoras Box media server through Lightware matrix switchers which meet all of the requirements of arena projection mapping.
|Published on 27 February 2015|
Lightware recently launched a brand new free online tool, the MODEX Builder. This tool will help you to build your own MODEX very quickly and easily. It provides you with an overview of the whole frame and module options. After the frame and modules have been chosen, you will see the summary of the built device which can then be shared with a link or as a generated PDF.
Visit buildyourmodex.com to learn more!
|XL Video UK invests in new Barco and Lightware equipment|
XL Video, rental and staging company in the UK, expanded their inventory with Dual Link MODEX extenders, MX16x16DVI-Plus and MX8x8DVI-Pro matrices to be the “glue” for their many shows. They speak highly about the reliability and durability of our products and continue to be one of our biggest supporters.
|Published on 15 January 2015|
The Lightware team is all geared up for the New Year and a big part of our focus has now moved towards ISE. We look forward to welcoming you on booth #3-A124 and, as a small taster, check our new products and latest developments below:
|Solotech Uses Lightware Matrix Switcher for Toronto Maple Leaf Player Intro Projections|
Solotech Team has integrated a Lightware MX16x16DVI matrix switcher into the system that projects the Toronto Maple Leafs’ player intro video onto the home ice at MLSE’s Air Canada Centre.
|Lightware hires Murugan Paramasivam as director of India|
Lightware Visual Engineering has announced the appointment of Murugan Paramasivam as director of India and SAARC operations of the company.
|Published on 12 December 2014|
|Lightware Matrix Router Failsafes the Set for Innovative Rise Against Music Video|
Chaos Visual Productions, Burbank, chose Lightware's MX8x8DVI-Pro matrix router to work together with d3 Technologies and two Barco FLM-HD20 ultra-bright projectors for the American punk rock band, Rise Against's new “Tragedy + Time” music video. Onstage, skyscraper-like structures mapped with dynamic, stylish imagery. Lightware's zero frame delay was beneficial as the switches were undetectable during the shooting.
|Published on 20 November 2014|
At Lightware, one big focus of the last 12 months has been on developing our HDBaseT (TPS) product line. The next step in our TPS range, the new wallplate version of the UMX-TPS series will launch in early 2015. The WP-UMX-TPS-TX120-US and WP-UMX-TPS-TX130-US are designed to transmit multiple video formats at resolutions up to 4K UHD. This video, plus audio and control, can be sent up to 170 meters at 1080p over a single CATx cable. Support for VGA, HDMI and DisplayPort video inputs as well as separate audio connectivity make these extenders the perfect solution for many small meeting/classroom applications, or as part of a larger multi-room system.
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