At InfoComm 2013, Arthur Holm showed the Dynamic 3, a monitor that opens, rotates 180 degrees and folds flush down to table desk level. Built with mechanized and anodized aluminum and finished with a black edged front glass, the company claims the Dynamic 3 is the only motorized or semi-automatic monitor on the market that can perform this triple feat. Dynamic 3 offers multiple HDMI and VGA inputs including HDCP compliance, flips automatically the image according to the screen position and provides a security system to stop the mechanism in case of obstruction detection.
Dynamic 3 screen’s lifting system automatically activates the elevation of an aluminum tray where keyboard can be optionally placed. An industrial PC board can also be integrated, converting the system into a work station including a multi-touch screen. All products can be personalized according to the customer requirements, by adding built in camera, speakers, fixed or motorized microphones, voting systems, USB connectors and biometric readers among others. A wide range of different colors and materials is also available.
Arthur Holm also presented at InfoComm the option of multi-touch for its 17” BOOK monitors and has added a new 15” widescreen BOOK Full HD monitor. BOOK monitors are also built with milled and anodized aluminum with a cast iron base. They are manually foldable from 75 to 0 degrees and do not require major table desk modifications. They are designed for reception areas, meeting and board tables and auditorium since the inclination can be adjusted to any angle within its range.
A new line of Arthur Holm kiosks was also shown — an elegant information kiosks for reception areas, hotel halls, corporate lobbies and in any interior environment where information technology needs to be combined with a unique design. The structure is made of steel, finished with aluminum to 4″ of depth. The base is adjustable in height and is prepared to accept a PC. This would be in interesting up-sell in a ProAV install.