On the final day of InfoComm 2019, Crestron and Intel brass gathered to discuss the state of the AV industry and their companies’ roles in spurring its evolution.
August 1 event at Citi Field will bring end users and integrators together to talk through issues standing in the way of this key industry dynamic
InfoComm, among many other things, is a fantastic glimpse into the future of technology. But what about the future of the industry?
To deliver on its core mission of helping to grow the industry, AVIXA is always on the lookout for ways it can bring AV technology in front of decision makers in booming markets.
Are you ready to dive into the sea of innovation that is InfoComm? With so many new ideas and inventions to take in, it’s helpful to have a solid frame of reference before hitting the show floor. Enter Emerging Trends Day.
Your organization has asked you to livestream an upcoming event. Now what? Industry experts provide their advice on how to plan and execute a livestream that looks great and boosts engagement.
Emerging Trends Day at InfoComm 2019—returning for its third year on Tues., June 11 at the Orange County Convention Center—will bring new perspectives to the table.
There's never been a more exciting time to be a fan of video technology. And from the current pace of innovation, the next decade may be even more transformative than the one that preceded it.
Using a video wall to transport remote participants into a physical classroom, the Coca-Cola University Digital Classroom is pushing the envelope of innovative instruction.
Jonathan Kornberg, director of instructional technology at Columbia University Medical Center, shares how he's outfitting the campus of a world-leading school with next-level AV.
AV Technology catches up with the CEO of the Finish company that has developed a VR headset with the resolution of the naked eye.
AV control today is like cruise control—helpful, but with a lot of input required. The goal should be to get to the equivalent of the self-driving car.
The AV industry shapes our lives in many ways, from entertainment to education, but one of the things it’s best at—especially in recent years—is bringing us all together, instantaneously.
Rob Tobias, CEO and president of HDMI Licensing Administrator explains why you need to have the latest version of the ubiquitous connectivity standard on your radar.