Education, Pro AV and Gaming: Reassessing the esports landscape after COVID-19
Esports has come a long way from its reputation as being a niche hobby for teenagers. In recent years, esports has rocketed into a multi-billion-dollar opportunity, spanning multiple industries and garnering audiences on a global scale. From 2019 to 2020, revenues grew by 5%, and the following year, they jumped by another 17%.
Automation and AI are powering the next generation of pro PTZ upgrades
After a spell of limited innovation during the pandemic, professional pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) cameras are entering a new technological era. Futuresource Consulting’s brand-new report reveals that AI and automation are the powerhouses behind many of the new-generation products entering the market, with auto-tracking, facial recognition, and automated camera switching being some key product features.
Future of Streaming: In conversation with James Duvall and Chris Evans
Entertainment moves at a lightning pace. Consumer habits are constantly shifting as new and immediate platforms disrupt the landscape. Technologies are advancing rapidly, and the possibilities they offer are generating excitement across the industry. With plenty more solutions primed for launch, it can be hard to pin down what’s next for the future of streaming. As streaming platforms continue t ...
No, cinema isn’t dead, but the landscape is evolving
It’s been a rocky road for cinema in recent years. From the booming popularity of SVoD services like Netflix and Amazon Prime creating cut-throat competition, to the Covid-19 lockdowns forcing theatres to close for vast stretches, to the cost-of-living crisis that’s driving consumers to tighten their belts. The beloved and culturally significant cinema has, in many ways, been battling to stay relevant.