AmazeVR, a premium, cloud-based platform for high-quality VR content creation and mass distribution, has released a new set of immersive experiences featuring the LED dance performance troupe Light Balance, which is best known for having appeared on the reality competition series America's Got Talent.
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It's just over a week until Mother's Day, when we all celebrate the moms in our lives. Whether it's your own mother, spouse, sister, grandmother, friend, or another special mom in your life, flowers, candies, a card, and some quality time are all great ideas. (Some peace and quiet would do nicely as well.) But why not throw some great tech in there as well?
Netflix has already added 4K and HDR video content to its streaming service, and now the company is adding high-quality audio to the mix as well, which it says delivers "sounds closer to what creators hear in the studio."
Samsung's Space Monitor, which gained a lot of attention at CES 2019 (we selected it as one of our 7 favourite productsfrom the show) is now officially available in Canada.
Back in 1995, Japan's public broadcaster NHK was the first to start research and development of 4320p resolution. It was called Super Hi-Vision at the time (High Definition was originally called Hi-Vision in Japan).
When the television first became common in households in the ‘50s, it was a marvel to be able to see a moving image on the tiny, black and white screen. Households began to watch content terrestrially, then cable and satellite television afforded access to hundreds of channels. Add things like on-demand and pay-per-view TV, along with VCRs and DVD players to the mix, and we were in entertainment heaven.
TekSavvy and its affiliate cable company Hastings Cable Vision are continuing to roll its IPTV service, TekSavvy TV, which is now available in the Toronto region. TekSavvy TV offers customers access to over 100 HD channels of sports, movies, series, and kids programming, including video-on-demand content from selected TV channels.
Sherpa Group has announced an exclusive distribution deal with Axis, a Toronto-based hardware and app company that makes the Axis GEAR, a product that allows any existing window shade to be motorized.
The latest Roku OS 9.1 update includes two new features to enhance the TV viewing experience: Guest Mode and Automatic Account Link.
Remember a time when smartphones were actually used for tasks like receiving and making phone calls, messaging, surfing the Web, and even playing with apps? That's still the case today. But the most important feature by far has become the camera.
Panasonic Canada's new Lumix G95 digital single lens mirrorless camera is ruggedly design, such that it can be confidently used in the field for capturing both photos and videos.