The West Coast office of Verrex in Los Angeles expands the footprint New Jersey-based global AV systems integrator across the country.
The “Discovery Nexus” at the University of Minnesota features collaboration stations, meeting and presentation spaces and an immersive 15-foot by 7-foot curved video wall theater display. The Tech Decision The idea for a curved video wall that envelops viewers was developed by the digital content experience design experts at Microgigantic. “The goal for the space […]
UL’s new Cybersecurity Assurance Program assess software vulnerabilities and weaknesses, minimizes exploitation and more.
Genetec Security Center 5.7 adds many new features, including new cybersecurity, access control with HID mobile credentials and more.
The new in-wall HDBaseT receiver kit from WyreStorm will give end users better point-to-point or decentralized sources via matrix distribution.
The HDMI Forum has released HDMI 2.1, a new HDMI specification for adoptees of HDMI 2.0 format. HDMI 2.1 supports 8K video at 60Hz and 4K video at 120Hz.
Projection mapping systems used in shows, the Avatar experience at Animal Kingdom, and more highlight the incredible technology at Walt Disney World.
Online learning platforms are giving employees easy access to better education, skills and experience that can lead to better jobs and higher salaries.
Organizations are in need of better bandwidth and faster connectivity constantly, so let’s figure out if fiber or cable is better for future systems.
ScholarChip has introduced several new cloud-based access control devices to increase security in K-12, while embracing Internet of Things and PoE.