HP, the brand ubiquitous to printers and PCs is making a big play for the meeting space in the new hybrid workplace.
You need more than just a video wall to stand out. Clients looking to make a statement are incorporating interactive and reactive digital signage technologies.
AV Technology examined what’s involved in acing AVIXA’s Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) exam.
Creamfields, the U.K.'s biggest dance music festival, was delivered using a live production workflow built around Blackmagic Design's ATEM production switchers and HyperDeck recorders.
The Hella Mega Tour, headlined by Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer, relied on an acquisition, control and delivery solution from Blackmagic Design for live big screen content and unique video backdrops.
Black Box marketing director Bridget Hayes says pro AV has reached the inflection point of AV over IP distribution.
The latest enterprise streaming solutions, as well as the lasting impact that COVID-19 has had on the technological and demographic landscape of enterprise streaming.
Light Field Lab's CEO, Jon Karafin shares his thoughts on what is, and what is not a hologram.
James Bond a.k.a. 007? Shure looks back at 50s and 60s era microphones and how they played an instrumental role in the REAL espionage game.
Key trends in the video wall space include increasing display sizes, installation flexibility, resolution, and accessibility.
Absen’s Acclaim Plus Series LED video wall is the next evolution of LED technology, with higher resolution and contrast than a typical LED panel, according to this review by Jeremy Caldera.
Eight university AV/IT directors share their challenges, offer peer advice, and provide a snapshot of what AV/IT technologies are in the classroom for the 2021 fall semester.
At Western Kentucky University, there was a plan formulated to purchase USB document cameras with built in microphones as a stopgap to the fast-paced hybrid/HyFlex model during the pandemic.
In preparation for the Fall 2021 semester, the University of Southern California completely upgraded all the AV in all its classrooms.
For the fall 2021 semester, 23.7 percent of courses at the University of North Carolina – Wilmington will be fully online, while 9.8 percent will be hybrid or HyFlex.
The control room market has managed to repel any significant damage from the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, control room technology may now be in more demand than ever before.
Integrators have been working with sports stadiums and live event arenas on technology integration that increases interactivity, making fans a more active part of the overall experience.