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WolfVision has recently unveiled their impressive collaborative solution – Cynap.

Allowing users of any platform to share content, Cynap offers screen sharing, recording, streaming and much more. It’s particularly impressive when connected to a WolfVision visualiser.

The WolfVision Cynap System is a unique knowledge sharing solution, which enables users to utilise presentation content material of all types, from an almost unlimited range of both digital and physical sources. Cynap features comprehensive ‘bring your own device’, recording, streaming, and media player functionality, and it provides an effective solution when used either with or without a connected visualiser.


Panasonic’s PT-RZ370 projector scooped an InstallAward on 4th June due to its extensive installation throughout Kingston University. Carried out by GV’s Hounslow team and led by Sales Director Kristian Cutting, the project saw the installation of 160 of the units throughout the university’s four campuses. The Panasonic team deservedly walked away with the Star Product Award in the Education category.

In their selection of the PT-RZ370, the University conducted out a shootout between manufacturers and were suitably impressed with the PT-RZ370’s incredible image quality, Digital Link capability and more.

The GV team are delighted for Panasonic and proud to have been a part of this award-winning project. 

On Thursday 14th May, the GV Multimedia team returned to Bristol Zoo Gardens for The Really Wild AV Show. Having held an event at the zoo’s Pavilion back in 2007 with great success, the team were only too eager to use this fantastic venue again. 

Organised by Exeter Sales Manager Steve Grimes, the event saw a host of suppliers presenting their latest and greatest AV equipment to an audience of GV Multimedia's customers.

On the 29th & 30th April, GV Multimedia exhibited at the Museums & Heritage Show.

Our main objective was to create a presence within the industry as GV are supplying to more and more museums with their AV requirements.

We teamed up with Panasonic, 3M, Extron and Midwich’s True Colours division to showcase the latest touchscreen technology with eye-catching software targeted at the museums industry.

For the event, we also designed a bespoke stand for maximum effect. With 3M's flagship 55” interactive touch-table, Panasonic’s 80” interactive touch screen, laser projection and finally Panasonic’s 55” Totem video wall, it was felt by the team that we had the most impressive stand at the exhibition.

Over the two days, we spoke to a number of high profile people within the buying sectors of the industry. As a result, we found the event to be highly useful and we look forward to returning in the future.