NEC Display Solutions, designers of projection and display technology, holds its annual Partner Showcase in NYC every year. This year’s show saw some new announcements for cool new tech, as well as the familiar NEC products that have impressed us all year long.
The Miami Worldcenter is the second largest urban development in the United States, and the PARAMOUNT residential tower being constructed there promises to be just as larger-than-life. When a sales gallery was constructed to help sell the condominiums as the tower went up, employees needed a way to showcase the animations and renderings of what the spaces would look like. A 323 square foot Planar video wall was constructed in the space to show just how impressive the PARAMOUNT tower condominiums would be.
Digital signage strategies will be a key highlight of a seminar during the EDUCAUSE 2015 conference.
TechDecisions sat down with David Wible, CEO of Industry Weapon, to talk about digital signage in the workplace.
Digital signage is breaking out of its static, ad-only image and becoming a popular medium for company content. It’s inevitable, and it’s coming to an office near you.
When this NYC media company called on Everglades Technologies to help them outfit its open office space and dozens of conference rooms with AV, Everglades had to pull off some cool automation to make sure the media company could stay in control without things getting too complicated.
TechDecisions sat down with Keith Yanke, Senior Director of Product Marketing for NEC Display Solutions, about what attendees can expect from the show.
In order to unify its digital displays and provide better content on campus, UNH partnered with OrcaTV.
NanoLumens announced the release of NanoLumens Advantage, a payment plan that helps colleges and other organizations pay for digital strategies on a monthly basis.
As an end user we don’t always understand the intricacies behind the systems that we are procuring. And we don’t need to, the reason the integration market exists is for us to be able to install these complex systems without years of training. But it can help to know the basics. We asked George Tucker, CTS, to explain video distribution systems to those that might be purchasing or using them.