The museum's Wiess Energy Hall recently installed Energy City, a 2,500-square-foot 3D landscape of Houston that is animated by a 30-minute projection mapping show driven by Vivtek projectors.
Using the last Concorde ever built for the backdrop, four Christie D13WU-HS 1DLP laser projectors help tell the project's story through projection mapping.
Mad Systems’ Facial Recognition and Color Recognition Controlled Media Delivery Systems are designed to deliver tailored media to exhibit visitors, without the need for other devices.
“Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11” chronicles the sporting world’s response after the 9/11 attacks, and AV plays a big role in presenting it.
At the California Science Center, immersive multimedia technologies complement the precious treasures of the largest King Tut exhibition that has ever toured.
Forty-four channels of Ashly Audio fully networked and DSP-enabled amplification help transport visitors from the Stone Age to the present through a series of multimedia vignettes.
Leyard and Planar have launched the Planar Simplicity Series 4K, expanding the Planar Simplicity Series line of LCD digital signage displays to include five new Ultra HD models.
The number of registered visitors by the end of the show had reached 80,923, an increase of 10.3 percent on the 2017 edition. Importantly, almost 20,000 visitors attended the last day of the show.
In the professional AV industry, from ISE to InfoComm, systems integrators get a lot of fanfare. Rightfully so.