Booth C12947 A Unity Intercom system consists of a Mac used as a server and mobile devices that serve as comm stations and beltpacks. Users can connect over Wi-Fi or cellular to the Unity Server to talk and listen on up to six independent party line channels or have private conversations with individual users. Unity can also display camera preview and program tally and integrates with existing hard-wired intercom systems.
Unity Server is a lightweight client that runs in the background on a Mac computer and handles the audio and user permissions for each of the connected Unity clients. There are Unity clients for iOS, Android, Mac, Windows and iPod Touch. Users are presented with listen or talk selections for each available intercom channel. A program feed volume control gives each user independent level control over the main house audio feed.