Sony’s AV Solutions for Education Are Going On Tour

by Sony Pro Team 09/07/2016

Sony’s Eye on EDU To Visit Campuses Across the Country From September to November From projection technology, displays and robotic cameras to audio solutions, archiving and video production, Sony is bringing the latest in AV technology to colleges and universities across the nation.  Higher-ed institutions can schedule a visit from September 26 – November 18 […] Read More

Sony 4K Laser Projectors at Houston Museum of Natural Science

by Sony Pro Team 08/02/2016

The Burke-Baker Planetarium, at the Houston Museum of Natural Science, is a world-renowned facility emphasizing education as much as entertainment.  They needed a new projection technology to keep up with their non-stop schedule of visitors and school groups, making guests feel like they’re actually on a spaceship or inside the human body. They now have […] Read More

Sony’s Canvas: First Impressions

by Sony Pro Team 07/15/2016

After its unveiling at InfoComm 2016, attendees react to seeing Sony’s immersive new Canvas Display System for the first time. Learn more about it here: https://www.sony.com/canvasdisplay Read More

Indiana University digitization initiative preserves more than 100,000 items in first year with Sony’s Memnon Service

by Sony Pro Team 06/30/2016

With project now ahead of schedule, IU opens Memnon’s Bloomington facility to take on additional clients BLOOMINGTON, Ind.—Just one year into its massive digitization initiative, Indiana University has already rescued from ruin more than 100,000 precious audio and video recordings, thanks to a successful collaboration with Memnon Inc., a Sony company.   Today, IU announced […] Read More

SONY SHOWS TRIPLE-STREAM ROBOTIC CAMERA AT INFOCOMM 2016

by Sony Pro Team 06/08/2016

SRG-360SHE offers PoE+ alongside 3G-SDI, HDMI, IP H.264 for Webcasting/Viewing/Recording Live Events   Las Vegas (INFOCOMM 2016, Booth #C7708) June 8, 2016 – Sony is expanding its line of SRG robotic cameras with the introduction of the SRG-360SHE 30x robotic model at InfoComm 2016.   The SRG-360SHE is designed for use in classrooms, courtrooms, boardrooms, […] Read More

Suburban Legend: Sony Laser Projectors Help MIT Look into the Future of Suburbia

by Sony Pro Team 06/02/2016

A recent exhibit at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), “The Future of Suburbia,” has an ambitious goal: examining the infrastructure and growth of suburban areas while exploring their complex relationships to urban centers. The exhibit is the result of several years of research by students, faculty and independent experts, all curated by MIT’s Center for […] Read More

Sony Redefines High-end Visual Display with New Canvas for Creativity

by Sony Pro Team 05/19/2016

 99% Black Surface Area for High Contrast, High Resolution, Immersive Visuals At InfoComm 2016, Sony will highlight its display capabilities in a big way, re-defining the landscape for large-scale visual entertainment. The new technology, Crystal LED Integrated Structure (CLEDIS™), uses Sony’s ultrafine LEDs in a unique surface mounting structure as its light source to deliver a […] Read More

Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism Connects Campuses with Sony Wireless Streaming System

by Sony Pro Team 05/03/2016

PWS-100RX1 Joins Washington Bureau to Home Campus             When Jeff Prah, Chief Engineer and Coordinator for Technology Training, arrived at Northwestern University’s Medill School 15 years ago, he had a vision for using the Internet to connect campuses and field units for newsgathering.  Now, Sony’s PWS-100RX1 wireless streaming receiver has brought that vision for cost-effective […] Read More

Video Art Meets Video Technology: Sony Laser Projectors Support New Exhibit at Los Angeles County Museum of Art

by Sony Pro Team 02/29/2016

Diana Thater is known for creating works of art that re-define the physical, and conceptual boundaries of how moving images are experienced. So it’s fitting that the artist’s latest exhibit, “The Sympathetic Imagination,” uses Sony laser projectors, since that technology was designed for the same purpose.   “The Sympathetic Imagination” exhibit ends its run in […] Read More