In the post-COVID world, interactive displays must be versatile, IoT ready, and supremely easy to use. But that’s just the beginning. Wireless communication systems can help fulfill some of these expectations.
A clear, unambiguous definition of AVaaS may remain elusive, but as the general public’s familiarity with subscription services grows, so will the potential for integrators when it comes to subscription services.
Leviathan used projection-mapping technology to create an informational display that allows room for viewers to imagine limitless possibilities at Jabil's Blue Sky Innovation Center.
As adoption rates for AV over IP increase, the professional AV community has the chance to grow along with it.
As more and more networked devices join the AV space, many network administrators in all industries are expressing concerns about the efficiency of the network.
The vast size and surface flexibility of video made possible by projection mapping are just a couple aspects of its scale. Another? Its rapid market growth.
Those who are good at teaching may be able to use technology to their advantage, or they may not—either way, that technology should never get in the way of presenting information to students.
Audio processors and amplifiers might not be the flashiest part of an installation, but they’re critical to a superior sound experience.
Cabling and power may be the backbone of every project, but, as with many of the important things in life, these sometimes unglamorous pieces are often invisible to the end user.
UNLV and Ford Audio-Video created a training area where a golfer’s swing, stance, and more can be measured and analyzed with a sophisticated 3D motion capture system.
With networked AV, the classrooms of today are getting closer to becoming the classrooms of tomorrow.
QSC's founders discuss the company's successes, failures, and why embracing change is critical to the business.
The potential for AI in commercial AV includes things we haven’t even dreamed of yet, in verticals across the industry.