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by Kirsten Nelson New Hope, MN—Last week, Vaddio introduced its EasyUSB series of professional AV-quality computer peripherals, which are aimed squarely at allowing AV integrators to capitalize on the soft-codec trend—enabling them to build enterprise-quality videoconferencing, lecture capture, and webcasting sys

ISE Shows Impressive Growth

The ISE show in Amsterdam this week, (February 2-4), opened Tuesday with more activity on the show floor than I’ve seen in a while, and more of what we Americans call “buzz.”   Attendance of 20,000 plus people is keeping this “InfoComm/CEDIA EXPO of Europe” on path for the most impressive growth of any trade show tha

HTSA Hits New York with Soho 3D Showcase

With James Cameron's 3D extravaganza, Avatar , purported to have made $232 million from worldwide box office sales over the past weekend, Digital Projection picked the perfect time re-pitch its Total 3D Experience. Joining television manufacturer, Mitsubishi and home control innovator, Control4 at Manhattan's el

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Almo Professional AV E4 Tour Kicks Off

Almo Professional A/V, a value-added distributor serving the needs of professional audiovisual integrators, dealers, and consultants, introduced its E4 AV Tour in New York City this past Tuesday. And though the business climate has been gloomy all year, spirits ran high and hopeful at this debut reseller training and networking event.

Planning In 3D Can Be Worth The Effort

by Danny Maland I have a dislike of being “sold” to. I have an instinctive eye-roll reflex that kicks in whenever someone starts touting equipment or services as a means to “improve profitability, increase client satisfaction, gain better name recognition, jump higher, run faster, and look better than ever before!”

I Know You Understand What You THINK It Does, But...

by Danny Maland I made it all the way through high school without actually using my assigned locker. I spent four years hauling every book and supply needed for each day in backpacks and handle bags, sometimes two at a time. There was one particular year where I broke the strap on a rather nice, black leather bag th

Humans are Smart, Signal Processors Aren’t

by Danny Maland If you recall the first part of my post “The Plow and The Field,” I spent some time talking about how it can be easy to fall a little bit too much in love with gear and what it can do. I thought it might be good to do an epilogue to “The Plow and The Field” where I spent some time on why our pr