Wireless 3D HD System Prototyped

Amimon, some of the masters of wireless video signals, just demoed a 3d HD video signal in prototype. Wireless HDTV signals aren't all that necessary, and 3D is kind of a joke, but its good to know that if the two go mainstream, we'll be ready with the tech to support all that. [Techon via Engadget] » 7/26/10 3:01pm 7/26/10 3:01pm

Amimon's Latest WHDI Streaming Chips Do Full Uncompressed 1080p @ 60Hz

Wireless HD is still little more than a carrot dangled in front of rich noses at CES, but Amimon's WHDI standard is one of the least vaporous, and their new chips improve on the spec. » 4/29/09 10:00am 4/29/09 10:00am

Mitsubishi 40mm-thin HDTV Panel Packs External WHDI Wireless Tuner, BD…

While there have been several other ultra-thin TVs to cheat on size by moving some of the set's guts into an external box, we're starting to see a few of the biggies taking advantage of the newly-codified WHDI spec » 8/20/08 9:30am 8/20/08 9:30am to beam the signal from the external box to the screen wirelessly. Details are on these new concept…

Sony, Sharp, Hitachi, Samsung and Motorola Agree on Amimon Whole-House…

Be happy: A new wireless HD video standard guarantees that major brands including Sony, Sharp, Hitachi, Samsung and Motorola will have interoperable wireless video streaming. Amimon-the chip makers behind the "video modem" wireless HD tech we've been seeing on and off for the last few years, and most recently in … » 7/23/08 5:00am 7/23/08 5:00am

Sharp AQUOS X TVs to Come With Wireless WHDI Connection

When we showed you those Sharp X-series ultra-thin LCD TVs recently, we mentioned how Sharp had achieved the slimming down: by putting most of the electronics in a separate box, connected by a single cable. Well, now there's news that Sharp has teamed up with AMIMON to do away with that cable and transmit the HDTV… » 4/30/08 3:55am 4/30/08 3:55am

Sony's Launching WHDI Wireless TV Later at CES

Sony is launching a WHDI powered 1080p HDTV this week, according to Amimon, provider of the technology. More later this week. Sony: are you holding out on me? » 1/06/08 9:52pm 1/06/08 9:52pm

Belkin FlyWire Wireless Video Cable Does 1080p Across Nothin'

We saw this Belkin wireless high definition video streamer in a blurry shot, but had little clue what it was. Months ago, we saw an impressive demo by Amimon of true HD over wireless, up to 1080p using a standard called WHDI, but it was nothing more than parts you couldn't buy. No more. Belkin and Amimon just got… » 1/02/08 8:30pm 1/02/08 8:30pm

Amimon's Full 1080P Wireless HDMI Confirmed as Ready and Shipping

Click to viewAmimon showed us its WHDI (Wireless High Definition Interface) working perfectly at last January's CES and today the company is shipping that chipset to manufacturers of TVs, projectors and other consumer electronics products. That's fine, but the big deal is that they've confirmed that 1080p over… » 8/28/07 8:15am 8/28/07 8:15am

Motorola and Amimon Join Forces to Standardize Wireless HD

We were pretty impressed when Amimon demoed their wireless HD interface for us back at CES, and apparently we weren't the only ones. Motorola announced today that they'll be investing in the Israeli-based company, whose WHDMI interface lets you transfer HD video between components with no degradation in video quality… » 3/13/07 7:17pm 3/13/07 7:17pm

Wireless Or HDMI? Amimon Demos its Video Modem

Which monitor above is wireless and which is HDMI? In a challenging demo, two 720p TVs were placed side-by side, with one fed by a conventional HDMI cable and the other with the uncompressed wireless HDMI technology the company calls a "video modem." Could we guess which one was HDMI and which was wireless? No, we got… » 1/09/07 7:56pm 1/09/07 7:56pm

Sanyo Demos WHDMI Wireless HD Projection

Wireless HDTV projection is here, and we saw our first demo at the Sanyo booth. Using a transmitter and receiver from Amimon, the $3000 WHDMI module slides into the industrial-strength projector ($10K) they were using, giving uncompressed wireless performance with no lag time. The Sanyo official told us the system is… » 1/08/07 4:18pm 1/08/07 4:18pm

Amimon Wireless HD: Good as HDMI, Coming in 2007?

Until now, we thought we'd have to wait until 2008 for wireless HD, but an Israeli company called Amimon successfully demonstrated a wireless high definition interface (WHDI) that can send uncompressed 720p or 1080i video through walls and over distances of up to 40 feet. Tech writers from PC Magazine saw a demo of… » 12/20/06 9:54am 12/20/06 9:54am