At Victoria: The T-Rex exhibition, production company IMG and its integrator partner, Design Electronics, launched a trio of technologies that are sure to draw visitors into this extinct world.
Volvo's Casper Wickman shares how the marque is evaluating new car features from behind the wheel in mixed reality, using Varjo's groundbreaking XR-1 headset.
Kansas City, MO-based data-driven cybersecurity solutions provider Fishtech recently opened a world-class facility packed with tech, including a massive, 32-foot-diagonal video wall.
We reached out to some of the leading projector manufacturers to see how their products have been plied in various artistic ways.
Bannister Lake’s Chameleon data aggregation software drives scoring displays throughout the US Open to help keep tennis fans on top of all the action.
Miami’s New World Symphony pushes the limits of technology in symphonic music with stunning UHD projection and a massive 12G infrastructure upgrade.
Tech managers from prominent universities share the ways in which they're harnessing the newest breed of lecture capture technology to enhance the learning experience at their institutions.
Idaho’s Nez Perce County emergency operations center recently upgraded its systems into the 21st century with a powerful, yet budget-friendly AV-over-IP backbone.
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.
McCarran Airport recently installed a plethora of direct-view LED displays to boost advertisers’ ‘first impact’ on visitors.
An NYC-based app developer was looking for a control and source-switching platform that would be as intuitive and powerful as its own offerings, and found a solution from RTI.
El Colegio de México AC in Ciudad, Mexico recently revamped a divisible auditorium with a 4K-capable, fully automated digital installation with Extron technology as its backbone.
Pete Kolak shares how he developed an autonomous conferencing room system and standardized it across Juniper Networks' 500 conferencing rooms in 40 global offices.