A system which captures and stores sound waves originating from music or voice, in analog or digital format; also called sound recording.
A system which spreads different forms of media through various outlets, such as broadcast, DVD or CD, and internet streaming.
A system which enables artists to create or display their art electronically, in two or three dimensions.
A system which distributes and projects motion pictures using a server and high resolution digital projector, in conformance with Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI) standards; also called D-Cinema.
A system which uses one or more electronic displays to communicate advertising, information, or entertainment which originates from a shared, central source.
A system which captures a live or broadcast source on a disk drive or other electronic memory device for future playback; also called DVR.
A system which allows teachers and learners, separated by time or place, to communicate using video and/or computer technologies; also called distributed learning.
A system which gathers, counts, stores and displays votes which are cast electronically; also called e-voting.
A system which enables one or more people to create and annotate images in real time, using electronic displays in multiple locations.
A system which reproduces music at a quality and sound level appropriate for active listening, usually for marketing purposes.
A system which reproduces 8-channel audio of such quality that it is identical to listening to the source.
A system which reproduces images at a higher resolution than standard definition video, generally at resolutions of 1280 x 720 or 1920 x 1080 pixels.
A system which transmits audio or video directly to the recipient, as opposed to recording and replaying the source.
A system which amplifies and transmits music performed in person through a loudspeaker system using microphones and amplifiers; also called sound reinforcement.
A system which locates and reproduces stored audio or visual files.
A system which displays visual media stored on film, as opposed to video stored electronically.
A system which displays medical images stored in a digital format, frequently allowing remote access.
A system which allows a user to access and control a system from a separate location.
Examining a network to protect it against risk and external threats.
A system which models another system, such that its behavior may be observed.
A system which allows an interpreter to convert a person’s words into an identical message in another language, which is then transmitted electronically as spoken communication, sign language, or closed caption text; also improperly called simultaneous translation.
A system which gives users the ability to interact with graphical software applications using multiple fingers on a flat display; also called multi-touch.
A system which allows a user from a remote location to interact as if he were present in the room.
A system which allows a remote user to consult, examine, and/or perform simple procedures on the patient.
A system which creates the illusion of depth on a video or film screen by providing different images to the viewer’s right and left eye, usually with polarized anaglyph (passive) or LCD shutter (active) eye glasses.
Ultra High Definition video, also known as 4K, refers to a video signal that produces a horizontal resolution of approximately 4,000 pixels. Technically, the standard 4K signal is 3840 x 2160 pixels.
A system which allows the user to view video content without downloading it.
A system which allows two or more people from multiple locations to communicate with audio and video.
A system which displays visual content, including images and video.
A system which allows editing and the addition of various effects to a video after the actual filming.
A system which transmits and amplifies a speaker’s voice over a speaker system. Also called public address or PA.
A transmission of audio or video over the Internet, as opposed to more traditional broadcast methods.