Texas Tech University’s new video wall gives students a glimpse of their field in the work world.
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When purchasing presentation technology, a decision maker needs to take into account the company’s specific presentation needs. Tech Decisions explains what you need to consider to help you decide on presentation solutions.
The University of Idaho purchased six Hitachi Z-HD5000 cameras to move to HD video production. Other broadcast equipment includes a NewTek Tricaster 855 switcher, NewTek 3Play 820HD replay system and Sony HVR1500A HDV/DVCAM VTR, Hitachi CU-HD500 camera control units and Hitachi 1000VR remote control units.
When BBK Worldwide moved to a new corporate headquarters in MA, they needed updated technology to help with collaboartion. SIGNET outfitted the company with Sharp AQUOS BOARDs to meet their needs.
When Lowe CE moved to their new Detroit office, they needed an impressive video system to present to clients. BlueWater Technologies helped them install a unique dual-sided video wall with astounding content management abilities.
Find out which features you should look for when purchasing a lecture capture solution for your K-12 school or district.
St. Louis University’s Center for Global Citizenship (SLU) uses a video wall and Polycom videoconferencing technology to connect students to places around the world. See some of the design challenges on this A/V project and learn how SLU overcame audio and lighting issues to create a stellar project.
When Havas needed a system to display presentations for bus advertisements, Verrex helped them to install a tri-screen projection system in main presentation room.
A video wall helps project a college’s brand, projects information quickly and makes a school stand out
HigherEducation TechDecisions narrowed down the best of the best in video solutions that colleges should consider at InfoComm 2014.