Autodesk Inc. today began shipping a Korean version of Autodesk 3ds Max 2009 and Autodesk 3ds Max Design 2009 software. To meet the needs of a growing 3D community in Korea, this version offers a translated user interface, as well as Korean product documentation and training materials. 3ds Max 2009 and 3ds Max Design 2009 software are also available in French, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese and English. more
Archive for June 19th, 2008
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, JUNE 18, 2008â€”With a theater boasting 12 stories, three performance stages and a staff of 900 supporting a packed schedule of shows, itâ€™s imperative to have reliable internal communication for highly-coordinated production teams. At Minneapolisâ€™ Guthrie Theater, CellCom10Â®, a digital wireless system by Clear-ComÂ®, a brand of The Vitec Group, is the heart of the intercom network, enabling flexible and crystal-clear communications. more
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, JUNE 18, 2008â€”Legends In Concert, celebrating its 25th year, is the longest running independently owned production show on the Las Vegas Strip. This international award-winning stage spectacular is a live musical celebration featuring the worldâ€™s greatest celebrity tribute artists. Behind the scenes, the musicians and sound engineers at the Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino know that there is no substitute for a crystal clear monitor mix. Thatâ€™s why the team at Legends turns to Aviom (InfoComm Booth C4175) gear for real results. more
LAS VEGAS, NV, JUNE 18, 2008 â€” Gepco International, an industry leader in the manufacturing of professional audio and video cables, is setting a new standard for multi-channel video connectors with the introduction of its V-CON Connector System. Designed to withstand the harsh environments posed by staging, remote and touring applications, the V-CON system provides the bandwidth and electrical performance for multi-channel HD interconnects in a durable, all-weather design. The company will be featuring the connector system at InfoComm 2008 (Booth C3419). more
Christie was among the many newsmakers at the recently opened Newseum, and supplied over sixty projectors throughout the various exhibits and galleries. Integrators Electrosonic, Inc. and Communications Engineering, Inc. (CEI) specified and installed the technology.
A seven-level, high-tech interactive museum, the Newseum traces the history of news reporting from the 15th century to the present. Originally located in Arlington, Virginia, the 250,000 square foot museum is now at the Capitol end of Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC. The main funder of its operations is the nonpartisan Freedom Forum. The Newseum offers visitors fifteen theaters, fourteen major galleries, two state-of-the-art broadcast studios and a 4D time-travel experience. The building features a glass-fronted “window on the world” facing Pennsylvania Avenue and a 74-foot high, 50-ton marble tablet emblazoned with the 45 words of the First Amendment. more