Casey Hall of Extron Electronics speaks with Tom LeBlanc about its True4K Specification.
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Planar Systems, Inc. recently introduced the DirectLight LED Video Wall Calculator, a free, online tool that simplifies the video wall selection process by helping customers visualize and plan for their LED video wall installations even before they make their purchase. The unique Planar DirectLight LED Video Wall Calculator allows customers considering the Planar DirectLight LED […]
Tom Barnett talks with TechDecisions Editor-in-Chief Tom Leblanc in one of his last interviews as Crestron’s director of marketing communications.
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Steve Hix is a seasoned veteran of the technology industry, venture capitalism, and the United States armed forces. With several companies, multiple patents, and over twenty years of Naval Intelligence under his belt, Hix knows a thing or two about creating a good product. Circle Technology is his most recent.
SMART Technologies has released the latest member of the SMART kapp family: kapp iQ, an ultra-high-definition display that allows anytime, anywhere collaboration.
BenQ introduced a new projector to its classroom line. Built for small to medium spaces, it’s ideal for a K-12 environment. The new MX570 even features remote management capability for IT staff.
Two integrators and an AV consultant share tips on how to implement interactive displays and what to cover during teacher training. The result is 7 tips any K-12 educator can use.
The Browning School is a NY-based all boys prep school with long and impressive history reflected in both its academic achievements and technology design. We take a look inside recent classroom renovations and the quest to turn a gymnasium into a multipurpose space.
NASA wished to add a projection screen to the International Space Station. The problem was that no existing technology fit the limited space with enough flexibility to be added to the ISS. They reached out to Screen Innovations to create a custom screen to add to the ISS technological catalog.