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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.
Wayfinding digital signage solutions are multi-purpose and user friendly, which is an ideal combination for the people intercepting messages and the ones who are creating them
When Raven Industries needed a cutting edge video display system for ITS corporate lobby IT called on Christie and ITS MicroTile technology. The angled display system highlights the company’s mission to stay on the forefront of technological advancement.
A look at why video walls are becoming a prominent medium today, and why they will become more prominent in colleges across the country
Blackmagic products are cheaper and more compatible with video streaming options on Harvard University’s tennis courts.
Trade shows are where people get to see cutting-edge AV technologies in action, and that was the case at last year’s InfoComm Show, in June in Orlando, where display manufacturer Planar teamed up with interactive design, software, and user experience (UX) developer IdentityMine to show how large-scale, interactive digital signage can be made accessible to human-sized hands.