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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Staub Electronics has been appointment as a Canadian distributor for Avenview ProAV components for the management and distribution of video signals. This partnership comes into effect immediately.
Pioneer is expanding its receiver line-up with the latest, the slim SX-S30 2-Channel Network Receiver that is ultra-connected, and compact, making it ideal for those with limited space, or who are unable to alter their interior space.
Lego is taking the saying "start ‘em young" to a whole new level, having launched Lego Life, a social networking site specifically for kids aged 8-12.
As promised, some of the top Amazon Prime Video original series is starting to arrive to Canadians who subscribe to the service. The latest is The Man in the High Castle, while Sneaky Pete was added last week.
CraveTV is really focusing on Canadian content and comedy with its original series, getting set to launch the latest, What Would Sal Do?
Waterloo, ON-based Ctrl V has announced plans to open at least 10 new virtual reality arcade location across Canada over the next eight months.
Monster Digital, Inc., a licensee of Monster Products, is throwing its hat further into the ever-growing virtual reality (VR) ring with two new VR headsets, as well as a 360-degree camera package.
Canada will be the first country to roll out a new video sharing feature on YouTube that will make it easier for people to share videos with friends and family.
Vizio has confirmed that its lineup of SmartCast devices, including TVs, displays, soundbars, and speakers, are now compatible with the Google Home voice-activated speaker.
Roku has undergone a complete overhaul of its iOS and Android app, updating the overall look, and adding new features including a "What's On" tab.