One of Canada’s top athletes has received a major boost from virtual reality (VR) technology. Nikon Canada reports that paralympic skier Mac Marcoux has been able to use Nikon KeyMission cameras to see the track clearly for the first time.
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Sharp Canada has introduced its new PN-LE901 commercial LCD TV, a 90" display that offers full HD image quality, and a built-in tuner.
BenQ America Corp. says its new HT8050 home cinema projector is the "world's first" DLP 4K UHD projector to achieve THX HD Display certification.
Vizio Offers HDR10 Firmware Update for Select SmartCast E-Series Ultra HD TVs; Crave Speakers Now in Canada
Vizio, Inc. has announced a new firmware update for select SmartCast E-Series Ultra HD TVs, enabling HDR10 compatibility with existing HDR Blu-ray players from Samsung (UHD-K8500) and Philips (BDP7501/F7), as well as PS4 and Xbox One S game consoles.
For the first time, a 360-degree virtual reality (VR) experience will be offered for an NHL broadcast, allowing fans to catch six marquee games in full 360-degrees using a special VR viewer.
Vizio to Pay US$2.2M to FTC in Settlement for Collecting Customer Viewing Information Without Consent
Vizio Inc. is in some hot water for allegedly collecting the viewing histories of 11 million smart televisions without users' consent. And now, the company has been ordered to pay US$2.2 million to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to settle the case.
Amazon is quickly releasing all of its top original series through the Prime Video service in Canada, with five new series coming this month, including the latest season of the award-winning series Transparent.
YouTube has now added mobile live streaming capabilities to its service to all content creators who have more than 10,000 subscribers globally.
How else can we innovate in the digital imaging market? Lifeprint has managed to find a way by allowing users to print seemingly still images that come to life once you place them in front of an iPhone camera.
Now that Super Bowl LI is officially finished, and we saw the New England Patriots have an amazing comeback to beat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28 in the first-ever Super Bowl to go into overtime, you can turn your attention to those great (and expensive) commercials.
Brands are back in full force, ready to blow their entire annual marketing budgets on a 30-second-one-minute spot during the Super Bowl. Several "teaser" ads have already been released on YouTube that will air (in the U.S., of course) during Super Bowl LI, which takes place this Sunday, February 5. What hilarity can we look forward to this year?