2020 is only five years away, and many AV stakeholders feel that the industry is changing faster than ever before.
“Death Valley” is the local nickname for Louisiana State University’s Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge LA.
140 years: That’s how long Louisville’s Churchill Downs racetrack has been in business, and how many years it has been home to the venerable Kentucky Derby.
On September 20, 2014, virtual reality headset-maker Oculus hosted 1,000 delegates at “Oculus Connect” in Hollywood, CA, the company’s first developers conference.
In the age of advanced IP networking, a basic bidirectional cable TV system seems an unlikely backbone for a modern Emergency Operations Center (EOC).
Go Bigger: that was the goal of director Francis Lawrence when he shot The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. So what better way to go big than to go IMAX?
In the clear summer sunlight, the Canadian Parliament Centre Block in Ottawa, Canada, is a grand stone-and-copper government edifice.
The White House Situation Room actually exists—it’s in the West Wing—and the AV Operator-in- Chief is President Obama.
AV technology managers are busier than ever, trying to meet all of their clients’ demands while managing staff, resources and staying within budget.
Tech managers and teachers share one major back-to-school wish this year: The “right” technology in the classroom.
Patients who walk into one of Appletree Medical Group’s private clinics in Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario, Canada have a choice.