The world of business video is becoming a three-ring circus, with the folks at Cisco, Microsoft, and Adobe all vying for the big-top spotlight. At least that’s the conclusion that one may draw after walking the floor of the Streaming Media West trade show held in Los Angeles in early November. Sure, more vendors tha
If this year’s Consumer Electronics Show can be taken as a gauge, you should expect the clamor surrounding this part of the digital marketplace to grow into an absolute roar in the next couple months as we see the roll-out of a new version of Apple’s iPad and multiple devices based on Google’s Android operating system
Pope Benedict XVI is known as a source of inspiration for the world’s 1.5 billion Catholics, and since encouraging the Vatican to use new technologies to facilitate the institution’s outreach, he is fast becoming a source of technological inspiration as well. The center of the world’s largest religion has signed on
It is surprising to me that more people do not consider the effect a media player has on their audience. A media player should complement the video and advance the company’s media strategy. A custom media player is a fantastic way to engage your audience and set the ground for deeper interaction. Here are some points
A demonstration of Meyer Sound's new Constellation Electroacoustic Architecture system at the company's Berkeley, CA headquarters offers an insight into how performance spaces will be used in future -- and how our industry might deal with a reduction in available wireless mic frequency bandwidth.
When people talk about the impending convergence of AV and IT, they're forgetting one thing. "We're the 'I' in 'IT' -- we're the audio and video. We're the information," emphasized David Silberstein, national product sales specialist, at Crestron's Rockleigh, NJ headquarters last week. If Crestron's expanding Digita
This is an industry founded by self-proclaimed "tinkerers" whose favorite swag at trade shows is tiny screwdrivers -- or better yet, tiny screwdrivers with bright LED flashlights that make it possible to see tiny screws in dark equipment closets. So it's not entirely surprising that in good times and bad, the innovati