Professors strive to engage and inspire students, but sound intelligibility isn’t usually their top priority. Ensuring audio quality is the domain of campus AV specialists, and that task is evolving.
As more people return to offices, what tools and policies will prove to be essential? What lessons have we learned about UCC, AV, and visualization technologies and team morale during the pandemic?
With millions of employees working remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, integrators are pivoting their businesses to meet user needs.
Joshua Kaufman, a Boston-based multimedia specialist, is passionate about “designing universally,” and he is on a mission to raise awareness of and access to accessible edtech.
ISE 2020 audio trends include more connectivity, higher versatility, and networked audio scalability.
Most Houses of Worship are not designed to be an ideal AV presentation space, but recent trends in projection design are addressing the unique problems in the HoW market.
Aaron Jackson, who leads AV technical and integration support for Tulalip Resort Casino, migrated the network to an AV over IP signal architecture based on Kramer AV over IP hardware.
Nightclubs and bars are merging technology and design to deliver experiences guests will never forget.
Tech managers from prominent universities share the ways in which they're harnessing the newest breed of lecture capture technology to enhance the learning experience at their institutions.
A new communications system from AtlasIED gives Florida's St. Louis Covenant School customizable tools and peace of mind.
From PTZ cameras for lecture capture, to laser projectors, to Sony’s AI-equipped system that can extract handwriting, universities are investing in new video tools.
As facial capture, detection, and recognition technologies improve, the value proposition is becoming clear to stakeholders in digital signage, control, and other corners of the AV ecosystem.
Spider-Man: Far From Home features sleight-of-hand tech trickery, integrated experiences, and the superpowers of digital natives.
From the dapper DJ spinning vinyl in sync with larger-than-life videos, to the immersive audio demos and training sessions onsite, InfoComm 2019 delivered on “experience.”