Light Field Lab's CEO, Jon Karafin shares his thoughts on what is, and what is not a hologram.
Outdoor digital signage is playing an important part in helping to keep people safe, socially distanced, and entertained.
Digital signage is being leveraged to deliver communications in these days of COVID-19 and beyond.
Wireless presentation systems (WPS) are on the rise, giving AV integrators fresh opportunities across verticals and within an entirely new product category.
Understanding the concept of bandwidth, one of AV-over-IP’s most common terms. How much do you know about it?
Reconfiguring the Workplace for Collaboration Webcast - Kay Sargent, senior principal, director of WorkPlace at HOK, and Christopher Jaynes, founder and CTO at Mersive
Not getting the most out of your AV system? Learn how some software modifications can help you delay the costly hardware upgrade process.
In this month's Byte-Sized Lesson, we examine this protocol, a cornerstone of the world wide web that’s currently undergoing significant modifications.
We talk to Chris Wissinger of Roland Professional A/V to learn about his ideal equipment arrangement for streaming.
In this lesson, we explore the data link level, one which is particularly important in the delivery of audio and is used in every implementation of TCP/IP.
This lesson takes a look at the way packets are checked for problems at various protocol layers.
With new technologies, creative storytelling no longer requires specialized technical expertise. Here are some ways you can improve your video productions by leveraging readily accessible and sometimes free-to-use software tools.
Here are some ways that you can establish a program to improve your AV team and bring new recruits up to speed quickly.
In the second of a two-part lesson, we address some basic IP principles that seem to be overlooked: half duplex versus full duplex and statistical multiplexing.
Here are some ways to encourage greater collaboration and stimulate new ideas in an industry where roles are becoming less defined.
In the first of a two-part series, we address some basic IP principles that are often overlooked in debates involving AV problem solving. Do you know them?