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Viodi View – 03/08/13

March 11, 2013
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The Bodywave brain wave reader is demonstrated.

Telling the Whole Story Overwhelmed with information from all outlets, content needs to fit into soundbites and short, focused stories to keep the short attention span of today’s viewer and/or reader. Broadcast television has always been that way and this point was proven to me again over the weekend. Still, for those viewers who want…

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The Set-Top or the Set-Brick?

June 20, 2011
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Set-Brick instead of a Set-Top?

A few years ago, a colleague and I were trying to figure out a way to simplify the installation process for a Internet-based set-top and we were looking for an Ethernet over AC solution combined with a power AC to DC power supply (ie. AC plug on one side and Ethernet and 12 VDC on…

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OTT Conference is Over the Top

March 3, 2011
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Entrance to the OTT Conference

Over the top video is a hot topic, at least if the turnout from at the OTT Conference in San José this week is an indication. The event was packed and there was literally a buzz of conversation in the hallway about trends regarding delivery of content to the home. One of the most impressive…

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2011 – A Big Year for 3D to the TV?

September 2, 2010
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2011 – A Big Year for 3D to the TV?

2014- the year that Parks Associates predicts that 80% of the televisions sold will be 3D capable. According to Dr. Ajay Luthra of Motorola, Inc, 2011 will be a critical year in keeping the momentum going towards the widespread commercial deployment envisioned by Parks. I had a chance to catch up with Dr Luthra at…

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Meet the New MVPD, Same as the Old MVPD

September 2, 2010
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Meet the New MVPD, Same as the Old MVPD

Jeremy Toeman provided a view through the "Way Back Machine" as he provided an overview of interactivity through the decades at today’s STB 2010 conference in San Jose. He brings the credibility as the founder and developer of middleware software to enable the connected home in the waning years of the twentieth century. He was…

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