Fusion: Observations and Trend Watching from InfoComm 2019 with Electrosonic

When you attend a cutting-edge conference like InfoComm 2019, you honestly need time and brain power to digest everything you’ve seen. That’s why MarketScale host Daniel Litwin hosted a post-show conversation with Bryan Hinckley, president of Electrosonic, and Maurizio Capuzzo, CMO of Electrosonic, who give their tech and culture perspectives on the effect of the conference.

Buzzing as bright as the pro AV technology on display were the vendor booths themselves, Hinckley and Capuzzo admitted. LG showed off their open frame OLED display featuring curved waterfalls and trees that hang overhead, which Capuzzo noted as a crowd favorite at the event.

From 8K to transparent LED, there were a lot of technologies showcased at the event, but Hinckley particularly noted the re-emergence of transparent LED into the market.

“There were a couple of manufacturers making transparent LEDs a few years ago, but there were technical issues, and for whatever reason, they left the market and left a void,” Hinckley said. “It looks like LG and Planar have figured out those technical limitations and created a new generation product.”

Hinckley noted it wasn’t that long ago there was a transition between lamp-based projectors to solid state and laser phosphorous. “As we get brighter light sources, you’re going to see more interesting applications of light in new and interesting ways,” he said.

Capuzzo said this all represents an exciting time for Pro AV technology and content creation.

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