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.
Want to see growth in your systems integration business? Listen up. Consider the particular applications that are ideal for assistive listening devices: venues and rooms where it may be difficult for many people to distinguish speech from a variety of noises.
But with new legislation passing, like New York City’s new requirement for hearing loop technology, there’s a lot of opportunities for integrators to install assisted listening devices.
Hearing impairment affects at least 20% of Americans, yet it receives far less attention than more apparent conditions. I asked venues and those with hearing loss what problems they regularly face. Battery life, compliance, and discretion were top of mind for them — so they became key features of our latest products.