Lightcast

Lightcast

 [līt´kast]
trademark for a fiberglass bandage that is used instead of a plaster cast. Lightcasts harden very quickly, weigh significantly less than plaster casts, and are water resistant.
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With pioneering technology, Lightcast retractable reel systems solve your cable management issues in mfg plants, labs, hospitals, conference rooms, concert halls, police video upload stations, even on navy ships.
Pioneering technology allows Lightcast video based camera radar systems to solve your speed and safety problems around neighborhoods, campuses, mining facilities, forklifts, trains and large refineries.
The projection products will combine Prolux LightCast projection technology, which is similar to what Prolux developed for IMAX theaters, with video electronics and software from Go-Video.
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leads the industry in the field of affordable radar speed cameras, With pioneering technology, Lightcast video based camera radar systems solve your speed and safety problems around neighborhoods, campuses, mining facilities, forklifts, trains and large refineries.
ATLANTA -- Lightcast Networks announces the addition of a new line of radar speed awareness boards.
Lightcast Networks announces new models of radar speed boards designed to slow speeders in construction zones, schools zones, church zones, neighborhoods, military bases, airport parking lots and even factories with special forklift safety considerations.
ATLANTA -- Lightcast Networks announces a new broadcasting service specially designed to connect Atlanta churches with homebound members and their caregivers.
The venture combines Go-Video's expertise in video electronics, software design, product development and marketing strengths with the patented LightCast projection technology of Prolux.
The company uses LightCast Technology, its proprietary, patented illumination optics technology, to dynamically enhance projected images for both consumer and professional product applications.
Products utilizing Prolux's LightCast Technology achieve competitively superior combinations of these important attributes.
The joint venture combines Go-Video's expertise in video electronics, software design, product development and marketing strengths with the patented LightCast projection technology of Prolux.