Two RedNet 2 16-channel A-D/D-A converters and two RedNet 3 32-channel I/O digital interfaces transport audio signals across the production facility’s Dante network at near-zero latency
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Central Arizona College was charged to craft collaborative rooms for students to bring their own devices while leaving instructors’ teaching undisturbed. The college answered the charge by investing in mobile furniture, Crestron AirMedia and Crestron Fusion RoomView technologies. Now, these classrooms enable students to move around and reconfigure the classroom, support students’ variety of devices, and maintain teaching familiarity and comfort for instructors.
With the corporate environment changing the way they operate, the way they use technology, and the age of their employees, videoconferencing is becoming a must for huddle rooms.
Inspiration Academy’s film school boasts an impressive 4K studio that combines video and audio post production capabilities with the latest tech on the market.
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Parker 3D completes 200,000 square foot holiday lighting installation in Boston, where the 90-foot Christmas tree is the tallest in the Northeast (sorry, New York!).
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The University of Toledo constructed a new simulation via AVI-SPL with technology provided by Cisco, Crestron, Barco and Sharp among others. The simulation center was built in order to give students, future healthcare professionals, a chance to get real world experience in the medical field before practicing on actual patients. The building was constructed based on the tri-center model, where there are three centers in one to train students. Each floor provides students with opportunities to practice debriefing skills, surgery, patient safety and treatment of human patient simulators. The simulation center is even open to people outside of the university, providing training, workshops and presentations.