New solutions come out, and enterprises are tasked with finding the optimal way to implement them; but what if you could design your ideal space from the ground up?
Video has a long way to go to reach audio’s power of verisimilitude; but even when it finally catches up, it still won’t compete with the intimate connection humans have with sound.
Barco held a New York Digital Signage Week gathering on Thursday afternoon at Spring Studios in Tribeca to discuss the evolving role of display technology in public spaces, museums, and retail.
Samsung hosted a lunch discussion on Monday afternoon to kick off New York Digital Signage Week at Samsung 837, the company’s experience center located in the Meatpacking District.
Looking to get the maximum ROI on your next technology upgrade? Data collected from web-based management tools can make you an expert on the way your enterprise functions.
Just as data has transformed baseball, enterprises that implement analytics into their operations stand to gain a competitive advantage—and AV technology is poised to serve it up.
In Silicon Valley, the world capital of tech innovation, there’s a firm whose headquarters is so full of cool AV, other local luminaries schedule meetings just to come see it for themselves.
Like Formula One racing, high-end AV system design can present a conflict between performance and reliability. But there's no "next race"; it just has to work.
The institution that gave birth to the World Wide Web was in need of a refresh for its lecture and meeting streaming solutions, and turned to Matrox.
In an event celebrating Dawn dish soap’s 40 years helping to save wildlife, Cramer used AV to transform Grand Central’s Vanderbilt Hall into a virtual bird sanctuary.
Ricoh is looking to help enterprises maximize their use of interactive collaboration displays with a new breed of managed services.
For the first time, AVIXA made an effort to unite the worlds of residential and pro AV under the umbrella of InfoComm, with the Integrated Life Pavilion.
Throughout the day, TIDE attendees took in inspiring lessons from eminent individuals who are helping to promote new perspectives and challenge people to question biases.
InfoComm is a show of products; to experience it as a show of solutions requires a higher perspective.
On April 26, T1V gave NYC-area integrators and end users the opportunity to see firsthand how its ThinkHub suite of software solutions can transform the way institutions work and teach.
The means of communication we possess in today’s world are nothing short of miraculous. Still, we’re not always on the same page with one another.