Coship has an interesting device "Android Box". Here, we can see a lady playing Fruit Ninja using motion controller to hack away the fruits shown on the screen. Gameplay was very fluid from what I saw and there were no stutterings on the screen.
Fujinon showcased some of their mega lens in the trade show
Darim with their 3D real-time virtual presentation and recording solution. Notice the green wall behind the guy becomes a "video background" in the screen
Singapore Media Fusion, a unified front to promote the local media industry's achievements and technologies.
Mediacorp and StarHub would be launching the DVB-T2 trial, the second generation standard for digital terrestrial TV (DTT) which allows the deliver of standard definition, high definition and 3D content on the same spectrum. According to a StarHub representative, the trial will start around end August or early September and the transmission will be broadcasted at the transmission centres in Bukit Batok, Ang Mo Kio and Bedok. Approximately 50 household per area will be selected (only StarHub subscribers) and the range of transmission is only up to 5km. The trial is said to run for a period of six months.
Sennheiser and their broadcasting headsets such as the HD280, HD MC 26 and HDMC 26-600. Those are not your average consumer headsets.
Flying spycam known for their their unmanned aerial systems. They were the folks who was hired to shoot on the top of these three towers, crowned by the impressive Sands SkyPark rooftop terrace.
GoPro and their best-selling wearable HD cameras for sports marks their presence in BroadcastAsia 2011.
Techtel showcasing some of their broadcasting products and their new flexible matrix router.
Thomson exhibitors getting all busy with their IPTV and various multi-screen delivery technologies.
Cathay Photo, a major retailer with an impressive range of still- and video-cameras. The above photo shows an exhibitor with his Steadicam.
Over at Level 3, Canon has another booth showcasing some of their EF lenses and other technologies.
Blackmagic design showcasing their DaVinci Color Correction . Good news is that thecolor correction supports their software to run on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.