Inside the Aurora Multimedia Booth at ISE 2020: Uncompressed 4K60 Transceiver, Wireless Huddle Rooms, & More

The Aurora Multimedia ISE 2020 booth (#5-T65) features a slew of new products and updates, including wireless huddle room, IP Control Units & more. Aurora Multimedia, an IP video distribution solutions manufacturer, is set to debut a few new high-resolution-ready solutions during ISE 2020 at their booth (#5-T65). Here’s a preview of what visitors can expect. Aurora says it has eliminated the need for RX & TX as their new HT Pro Series HDBaseT transceiver wall plate can be set to the direction required for both wall plates and box units. According to Aurora, “this will end stock disproportions, make servicing easier, and add new capabilities as in seconds the units can reverse direction.” The TS-100 is a low-cost wireless huddle room solution. Aurora’s TeamStream Technology eliminates the “mouse trail” found on many wireless solutions, the company says. The TS-100 allows over 20 users to have access in a room. Control & automation is covered with the available RS-232, relays, and IO for integration with control solutions. The ReAX control units are a web-based IP control system. Custom programming and GUIs created with the free ReAX Core Studio software are loaded in ...

13 Best Portable Projectors: Watch Movies on the Go (2019)

A portable projector is a must-have for any business presentation, camping trip, or backyard movie night. These compact battery-powered mini projectors can deliver surprisingly good video and audio quality and some even fit in your pocket. Check out our picks for the best portable projectors to watch movies on the go. The ViewSonic M1 is a jack of all trades that offers a clever design, long battery life, and powerful audio to create a respectable cinematic experience. This projector has a short throw lens that allows its to project a 100-inch image from only 8.9 feet away. The ideal conditions are from 5.1 feet which still produces a 60-inch picture. One caveat is that this projector doesn’t have a particularly powerful LED lamp, and therefore needs near total darkness to project a detailed image. The ViewSonic M1 has a native WVGA (854×480) resolution, which is about as detailed as a standard-definition TV. While this isn’t a particularly impressive figure, the picture still looks sharp and colorful. The contrast is fairly impressive but you still might have trouble watching low-light scenes like “The Long Night” episode from Game of Thrones. One big benefit of this projector ...