Highlights from European Sign Expo 2013

Despite so many experts fully believing that digital signage will soon overtake the print business, the European Sign Expo is tucked away into a small corner, whilst the rest of FESPA engrosses the London ExCel with monstrous looking printers and

By    |    July 1, 2013 Read more

Medical lectures using ghost hologram

There was a huge reaction when Tupac was displayed via hologram at last year’s Coachella Festival and despite its usage for other entertainment; a London university has used the Pepper’s Ghost illusion to enhance its learning opportunities. Two junior doctors

By    |    June 19, 2013 Read more

InfoComm 2013 round up

Unfortunately Paragon was unable to jet over to Florida for the week but InfoComm 2013 was still filled to the brim for its largest show ever, with over 35,000 through the doors.  Although many of our better known brands such

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Fourth Steljes SHAPE event hits Oxford

Resellers and integrators congregated at the F1 Williams Conference Centre last week to be educated on all things Smart. With technical training available for Smart products and AMX’s RPM (Rapid ProjectMaker) software, engineers are busy keeping up to date with

By    |    June 10, 2013 Read more

Freelusion bring video mapping to Britain’s Got Talent

Audio-visual experts and the general public alike were wowed by dance act Freelusion on Britain’s Got Talent over the weekend. The four dancers from Hungary got through to the live semi-finals with their act which combined futuristic dancing and outfits

By    |    May 28, 2013 Read more

A festival dedicated to digital art

If you’ve had the pleasure of embracing a festival environment, you’ll know that it isn’t just the music that creates such an atmosphere. Bristol’s ARC festival, which took place recently, is one of the only festivals that highlights the importance

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NEC Showcase 2013

As if the Tobacco Dock in London was not enough in respects of a great venue, the content displayed within its old fashioned frame makes for an enlightening day, in which the power of audio-visual proves it’s stronger than ever.

By    |    May 20, 2013 Read more

Controlling electronics without lifting a finger

Just as tablets become the favourite for controlling lives, as well as technology, the University of Carolina come along to throw the largest spanner into the works, the human brain.  Researchers in the bioengineering department have created a “Brain Machine

By    |    May 15, 2013 Read more