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.
Alabama-based Pea River Electric Cooperative is using advanced audiovisual tools for critical monitoring in its headquarters in Ozark, AL.
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.
Originally built in 1929, Iron City underwent major AV upgrades to rock hard with bands like Slayer.
Austin, TX-based Bazaarvoice has added a 3x3 video wall to increase the "wow" factor in its lobby.
Carnival Cruise Lines completed its new fleet operations center (FOC), courtesy of systems integrator Constant Technologies.
AV technology is fundamental layer GM World in Detroit, MI.
The Gorecki Center faced a problem familiar to the tech integration industry—the aging technology that controlled the projectors, speakers, and microphones was failing, too old to repair, out of manufacture, and far less capable than modern solutions. Integration firm J. Becher & Associates came to the rescue by installing an ELAN control system, giving managers far better control, reliability, and new mobile access
Calling the auditorium at Groves High School, located in Beverly Hills, MI, a “multiuse” venue is a bit of an understatement. Heavily used and outdated, Groves brought in BAI and Advanced Lighting & Sound to elevate its auditorium to a place far ahead of most high schools.
(Le) Poisson Rouge recently upgraded its sound system to a full complement of Martin Audio loudspeakers and amplifiers to better handle the eclectic mix of performances it hosts.
Veteran lighting designer Jeff Croiter recently deployed Martin by Harman lighting fixtures to create a new and contemporary lighting design for the Big Apple Circus.
One part theater, one part rock ‘n’ roll: if there’s ever been an icon whose life demanded an audiovisual presentation to sufficiently tell its story, it’s David Bowie. Making its final stop on a five-year global tour of more than a dozen cities at the Brooklyn Museum in New York from March 2 through July 15, “David Bowie Is” calls upon all manner of media to illustrate the incomparably protean persona of one of history’s most influential entertainers.
“We felt the final design was not only outside the box, but was built around their particular brand of technology and innovation,” said Rick Coltrane, president of Coltrane Systems.
New classroom teaching models are changing how students learn.