Convergence is playing out 'naturally' at West Chester University, where the AV and IT departments have been working together for many years.
System monitoring, dashboard displays, and data reporting are established topics in the professional AV conversation, but there are new reasons to get excited about these developments.
The 21st annual SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards are set for next week's debut at SXSWi in Austin– poised to recognize some of the most intriguing tech developments in the connected world.
A big change is afoot in classroom design that soon might make traditional class design obsolete. Called the Active Learning Classroom (ALC), it is nothing short of a complete transformation of how and where college students learn.
Hitachi America Ltd. has expanded its Collegiate Series of projectors with the addition of three new high-brightness, low-maintenance projectors; the CP-EU4501WN, CP-EW5001WN and CP-EX5001WN. With these additions, the Collegiate Series now offers twelve different projector models ranging from 3,500 to 5,800 lumens, all complete with a three-year limited warranty on parts and labor.
Command and control room operators need the ability to access and analyze content to make quick and informed decisions.
VR in architecture, engineering and construction is going through a period of ‘rapid’ adoption according to Italian architect Fabio D’Agnano, a presenter at the XR Summit at ISE yesterday.
In a simpler, less connected time college students studying for a mid-term exam or working on a joint paper might occupy a table at an off-campus coffee shop, empty corner of the cafeteria or a study room in the library. Today, they seek out huddle spaces that offer more than just a quiet place to work with the right balance between content and connectivity.
Ask Jeff Von Horn, sales and engineering manager, and Joe Jackson, market manager of AVI-SPL’s Control Room Group what's the biggest AV game-changer for command and control rooms in 2018, and they both agree.
Amsterdam will once again play host to Integrated Systems Europe, the biggest audio-visual trade show on the planet, with more than a record breaking 77,000 attendees and 1,200 exhibitors descending on the Dutch capital.
Julie Johnston knows the power and promise of an intuitive user experience.
Short- or ultra-short throw projectors can not only fill a screen from a few inches away, but they can work well in any classroom or lecture hall, regardless of size or geometry. This is particularly beneficial for repurposing unused areas – from offices and storage closets to mechanical rooms – for instruction.
The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) law, first passed in 1990, was updated in 2008 (ADAAA, the American with Disabilities Act) to broaden protections across employment practice and agencies, state and local governments, labor unions and private entities of public accommodation. The changes in the definition of disability introduced a greater need for captioning services in every aspect of the public sphere.