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.
Last night, I stood in the middle of a giant ballroom with super-high ceilings and stood stock still while a Bassnectar track shook the air around us.
The art of the Audio Demo Room presentation is one that continues to evolve, and it’s looking like we’ve reached a new level of maturation this year.
What can AV integrators bring to meetings with technology managers? Bring business analytics of AV systems data and present ideas on how to increase efficiency.
With More Than 20 Years at Middle Atlantic, Mark Tracy Has Honed a Unique Perspective on Problem Solving.
Community CEO Steve Johnson discusses his career and how he combined his love of music and technology to find the perfect fit.
How does an entertainer achieve the status of hometown hero? By presenting the same generous, unpretentious spirit both offstage and on, and maintaining that consistency for more than 40 years.
"Step into my office,” long a phrase evoking tension and intrigue, isn’t so much a possibility in today’s open-plan workplace.
Before “agility” was a thing, there was Paul White. He didn’t need anyone to tell him how to keep moving, he was already way too far ahead to hear it anyway.
To say Jeff Stoebner worked his way from the ground up is putting it mildly, but the business that his father built and expanded through careful acquisition was a natural fit for his son.
There are those who stand out because they’re different than the status quo, and then there are those who would set themselves apart in any crowd.
There are usually only a couple of options when you’re talking in great detail and with sincere passion about something that is invisible without some form of serious magnification.
SCN Editor Kirsten Nelson sits down with Matrox Graphics' vice president of research and development David Chiappini.