If you’re considering using Android for your next embedded project, you should take a look at the presentations from our recent VIA Embedded Android Forum 2015 in Shanghai. We have just made the English versions of them available for download on the VIA Embedded website here. Continue reading VIA Embedded Android Forum 2015 Presentations
USB Type-C generated quite a lot of buzz at Computex last week, and it’s sure to continue to be a hot topic as more devices supporting the standard are rolled out onto the market. Continue reading USB Type-C
The TweakTown Computex party last night gave us the perfect opportunity to showcase capabilities of the VIA Chrome® video wall – not to mention promote the latest USB Type-C™ solutions from VIA Labs. Continue reading Pop up photo booths and video walls
Have you ever considered livestreaming your corporate event?
We tried this for the first time at the VIA Embedded Android Forum 2015 last week in Shanghai. The results were far better than we had expected.
To learn more, please read this article I’ve posted on the VIA Embedded site.
We’ve been finalizing the preparations for tomorrow’s VIA Embedded Android Forum 2015, which is very kindly being hosted by ShanghaiTech University. Continue reading VIA Embedded Android Forum 2015
What impresses me most about the industrial park in Pudong where the VIA Shanghai office is located is how green and clean it is. Continue reading Green and Clean
Quite a lively start to DSE 2015. Judging by the buzz among both visitors and exhibitors, the digital signage business seems to be in quite a healthy state. There were certainly a lot of impressive products on display. Who can fail to be lured by the rich vibrant images being delivered on massive 4K screens? Continue reading Digital Signage Expo 2015: Day 1
Digital signage has the potential to help small business owners boost in-store engagement with their customers, but for too long it has been out of reach because of the high cost of installation and the complexity involved in managing the system. Continue reading VIA ALTA Portal
Here is a short clip showcasing the latest VIA video wall installation in the Ministry of Science & Technology Building here in downtown Taipei. Comprising fifteen 46″ panels scattered across the main foyer wall, the installation creates a rich and versatile canvas for visualizing complex information in fascinating new ways.