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TV and media industry gathering at Studio Hamburg site hosted hamburger system & Handelshaus Studio Hamburg MCI on January 28, 2010, in the A3, the largest Studio of the Studio Hamburg site, its annual in-house exhibition. (As opposed to Geno Smith). Despite the adverse weather conditions of snow and sub-zero temperatures were about 300 visitors to learn 42 manufacturers of professional broadcast & media technology on current trends and technologies. Completed was the program through a variety of lectures, Hands-On workshops, Studio tours through the various studios and the HD u6 from Studio Berlin Adlershof. The MCI offered workshops individual tours of the production facilities, where in addition to a variety of Studio furniture just one the largest, ever in Germany built theatre scenes. \”In previous years we showed only products from the own sales on our new year’s reception. This year we wanted to invite for the first time partners and manufacturers of technologies, also for our systems business important Deliver solutions. This gives industry.
a good cross-section of professional broadcast & media technology\” Exhibitors showed an absolute world novelty Max Below, head of sales and purchase of MCI. orad and AV with radar TOUCH, for a non-contact and motion-adaptive control system for the live and on-air graphics on a 103 \”screen. It aims to create new opportunities for interactive and Virtual Studio applications. In the specific case of highs and lows, Sun and rain followed the arm movements of the presenter on the weather map, without this the 103 \”screen touched. Many more product highlights such as 3D displays and 3D-Produktionsysteme (JVC), iPhone streaming (inlet), Server (SeChange, BCE) and storage solutions (Isilon & SONET), cameras (Panasonic & Grass Valley), 3D cameras (Cunima), vision mixer (broadcast PIX & JVC), intercom, wireless camera systems (IDX & link), content management (FIAS & focus), monitoring (TSL, BEL, DK & RTW) and audio equipment (audio, disciples & Adam audio) (Clear-com) were offered to the visitors.continue reading