AVNation invited a corps of guests from news sites, integration and consulting firms, and manufacturing companies to speak live from InfoComm 2016 about what they saw, brought, and learned from the show.
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From collaboration software to control solutions, InfoComm exhibitors showcased various cloud-based innovations at this year’s show, and there are bound to be even more introduced as the idea of using the cloud as a control platform trend grows.
Streaming video is disrupting higher ed and fomenting the MOOC revolution. But the MOOC revolution is a good thing and streaming video is here to stay.
This year’s InfoComm show in Las Vegas didn’t disappoint, especially in the video category. From impressive LED video walls and displays to collaboration software and end-to-end IPTV solutions, InfoComm 2016 was packed with video solutions bound to make an impact on the industry.
What’s the one product category everyone at InfoComm 2016 wants to get into?
The age old debate of projector versus display depends on the utility of the device and where it will be housed.
The global visual, audio and collaboration solutions company is showing off its products as you would find them in a stadium, complete with an ice rink.
Digital signage is already being used throughout school districts to show daily announcements, lunch menus, upcoming events and other communications. Why not leverage this for some tech-based lesson planning?
The new BrightSign BrightBeacon technology uses Bluetooth to allow two way interaction between a user’s mobile device and the digital signage display.
Rumor has it that at least three manufacturers will demonstrate a product that utilizes the AVB standard for transporting video on the InfoComm 2016 show floor, and you may find a few audio companies have made moves into video as well.