tvONE’s CORIOmaster has been chosen to drive projection walls at a 200-seat lecture theater at the University of Kent.
Johanna Pierson, CTS, has a busy job supporting classroom technology, leading a student AV team, streaming and editing video, and managing a variety of live events.
TEKVOX has released its 71400 Drop-In A/V family of entry-level, all-digital managed classroom systems.
How do you stand out in a city known for spectacles? The University of Las Vegas Nevada (UNLV) took a gamble on a concave LED media wall for its new Hospitality Hall—with winning results.
The $50 million building contains offices, meeting rooms, classrooms, an executive learning kitchen, an interactive learning studio, an auditorium and more
Visitors to Nureva’s booth can experience how its products combine to create an active learning environment that empowers students to work together more effectively and creatively.
With its early-generation systems approaching a decade of operating life, Lone Star recently completed two AV refresh projects upgrading older rooms to current TEKVOX technology.
LINA system is the centerpiece of a complete AV package designed and installed by Baltimore-based Design & Integration
With higher-ed institutions relying on broadcast video for applications like distance learning, IP video offers a path to savings and scalability.
Spinitar has helped LMU to meet its student attraction and retention goals with ongoing audiovisual projects, technology refreshes, and a ground-up AV design-build for its new Playa Vista Campus.
Hitachi America has added to its Collegiate Series line with the addition of two new 3LCD laser projectors, the LP-EU5002 and LP-EW5002.
Spinitar worked with the college to identify a fully integrated AV system for the new Classroom Building 1000.
Center uses Audix M3 tri-element ceiling microphone with the Servoreeler precision microphone retraction system
With software-based approaches, and more ways to bring integrated experiences to life, some believe that we are living in the Golden Age of AV.