Helping houses of worship transition their pro AV systems after the pandemic.
If you don’t learn to evolve into this new experience-focused space, you’ll slowly lose your your market share.
As we head into the end of the year and toward the holidays, maybe there isn’t a much better gift to give than some of your time to help others succeed in this industry we all love.
We hear all the time from our end-users how they don’t want to see two-piece projection on our systems designs; they want the large format display.
The first day of InfoComm 2015 is in the bag, and after a busy of running around the show floor, I’ve come to the decision that the network is still king.
InfoComm15 is about to begin, and you’re either on the way to meet me here in Orlando, or you feel like you’re on the outside looking in as you sit in your office chair back home.
The year 2015 is finally upon us and yet many of house of worship facilities seem to forget that “L” part of the holy trifecta. And by trifecta, I’m of course referring to AV L systems.
I’ve always connected the start of fall with by the arrival of CEDIA EXPO. This year the EXPO is again hosted in the fine city of Denver, CO, and it’s slated to be another high point in my year.
As seen on the show floor, Canadian based company, AptoVision, has found a way to completely change the premise of network based switching.
Crown has announced the brand new DCi-ND AVB amplifier this week at InfoComm 2014. Yes, that’s right, Crown brought us an AVB amplifier. AVB baby!
As more products hit the network and start-up companies continue to inject new life into our industry, the InfoComm show continues to be the place to stay current and, more importantly, relevant.