Electrosonic proudly installs projection, touch screens, media players and a complete AV system in New York City’s National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
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With its new plasma video wall, NSLIJ can continue educating hospital employees and medical students.
Northwest Elementary school won this year’s NEC $25,000 Tech Makeover Contest with a video entry inspired by the movie Frozen. Learn how this money helped the school replace broken, outdated technology and create a better classroom experience for student.
Interactive flat panels (IFP’s) giftwrap the major features that college classrooms need in a writing surface under one, low-friction coated screen. From enhanced visual impact and easy accessibility to collaboration-encouraging features, IFP’s are appearing in college classrooms faster than a click of a mouse.
We spoke with Bill Schmidt of AVI-SPL about what visualization is and how it can help.
When PhRMA was looking to upgrade the AV in their corporate boardroom, they wanted to substitute their rear projection system for something with a little more ‘wow.’
The technology available in this day and age offers bigger and better opportunities for colleges’ broadcast studios, such as being able to shoot film for HD video, working hands-on in a mock studio space, or acting as a personality on-camera.
Digital signage can get confusing, but a centrally managed system helps keep things in line.
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A story that features tips on how to deploy digital signage successfully on college campuses.