En­hanc­ing MICE with Tech­nol­ogy

Con­fer­ence venues have em­braced tech­nol­ogy in a big way in their at­tempt to add more value to meet­ings and con­fer­ences. They are ad­vanced, highly per­for­mance ori­ented, eas­ily pli­able and have changed the con­cept of face–to-face con­gre­ga­tions for­ever. MICE

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Avo­lite Pearl Ex­pert

Avo­lite Light­ing Con­trol Board, The Pearl Ex­pert, is built on the in­dus­try’s most pop­u­lar con­sole. More sub­mas­ters, more flash but­tons and more power to con­trol the larger and more chal­leng­ing shows. The Pearl Ex­pert fa­cil­i­tates spon­tane­ity, putting live con­trol and cre­ativ­ity firmly in the hands of the light­ing de­signer. High speed but­ton re­sponse, dual rollers and in­stant ac­cess to the vast ar­ray of timed pal­ettes, breathes life into lights.


EV XLC 127

Whether at a medium-sized fes­ti­val, in a large con­cert hall or house of wor­ship, or as a sup­ple­men­tary sys­tem used with X-Line, XLC com­pact line ar­rays have a proven record of per­for­mance and re­li­a­bil­ity. All mod­ules in­cor­po­rate Quik-Rig hard­ware for fast set-up and tear-down. The EV XLC 127 can be used in tri-amp mode, or bi-amp 3-way us­ing the so­phis­ti­cated in­ter­nal pas­sive MB to HF net­work. The asym­met­ri­cal box de­sign was op­ti­mised to pro­duce a sym­met­ri­cal po­lar pat­tern with a uni­form power re­sponse. De­signed for use in groups of four or more, the XLC 127 de­liv­ers pre­dictabil­ity and con­trol. Com­bined with an ad­vanced in­te­grated rig­ging sys­tem, one-man in­stal­la­tions are a re­al­ity. The XLC 127 sys­tems can also be ground stacked.


Data­ton Watchout

Data­ton Watchout is suited for pro­gram­ming multi-screen shows by bridg­ing the gap be­tween tra­di­tional con­tent cre­ation tools and hard­ware­based me­dia servers. It re­lies upon a high-speed net­work to or­ches­trate and syn­chro­nise dis­plays and can con­trol vir­tu­ally an un­lim­ited num­ber of dis­play de­vices in any con­fig­u­ra­tions of pro­jec­tors, flat screens, LED wall and cur­tains, as well as other types of de­vices. It lets you or­ches­trate stills, an­i­ma­tions, graph­ics, video, sound and live feeds in a sin­gle im­pres­sive show across mul­ti­ple dis­play ar­eas, soft-edge or scat­tered.


Sony DXC D55 Cam­era

The DXC-D55 is de­signed for greater pic­ture qual­ity and op­er­a­tional ease of use. This cam­era of­fers an as­pect ra­tio of 4:3 and features the new high-per­for­mance Power HAD EX CCD sen­sor and NEW 14-bit A/D con­ver­sion built into a highly so­phis­ti­cated LSI. The re­sult is a su­pe­rior pic­ture qual­ity, high sen­si­tiv­ity, plus low noise and smear char­ac­ter­is­tics over pre­vi­ous models.



The BOSCH DCN CCU is the stan­dard del­e­gate con­fer­ence unit that en­ables del­e­gates to speak, reg­is­ter a re­quest-to-speak, reg­is­ter a re­sponse re­quest, lis­ten to the speaker and vote. It has low sus­cep­ti­bil­ity to in­ter­fer­ence from mo­bile phones. A socket is pro­vided to con­nect the plug­gable mi­cro­phones (DCN-MICS and DCN-MICL, to be or­dered sep­a­rately). The flat-panel loud­speaker of­fers su­pe­rior acous­tics with min­i­mal feed­back, thus in­creas­ing in­tel­li­gi­bil­ity. It is au­to­mat­i­cally muted when the mi­cro­phone is ac­ti­vated. When the unit is not be­ing used, the loud­speaker panel con­ve­niently folds down. There are five vot­ing but­tons for all kinds of vot­ing. An ex­ter­nal con­tact is avail­able to con­nect ex­ter­nal fin­ger­print read­ers.

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