It may be in the farthest corner of the North Hall (way out there at N2871), but the IoT Pavilion had a good crowd gathered when the show opened yesterday.
TJ DiQuollo speaks with amiable conviction about where we’re headed because he has actually worked on the types of projects we weren’t sure would ever happen.
The creative services agencies know it. The hardware guys know it. It’s time for a new image. And it’s gonna be big.
Ah, Italian design. Equal parts performance and aesthetic value, it produces some of the best hardware (machines, race cars) and software (clothing, handbags) in the world.
As CEO of Insteo, Jim Nista has seen his fair share of realistic and unrealistic digital signage ambitions.
Although I’m new to AMX and Harman, I’m not new to leading people. In every role I’ve had, I have lead a team.
An industrial designer with a fine arts background, Oronde Wright thinks in 3D and then draws beyond it into the dimension that gives an object meaning.