The Workspace of the Future is already here: Faster decision-making, more effective collaboration, richer communication – Oblong’s Mezzanine revolutionises the conference room, meeting space, or presentation facility by providing multi-user, multi-screen, multi-device capabilities.
To mark the centenary of World War One the Imperial War Museum is breaking new ground through its revamped galleries. Zoe Mutter explores the role technology plays in the poignant and powerful portrayal of the conflict.
Outsourcing video production? Some 69% of companies are. But with multi-purpose video production systems replacing multiple point products, AV managers can bring more production in-house, reduce spending, and let anyone create and stream live video easily. This will reduce pain – and cost – for any department.
Immersive sonic and visual presentations have become a reality at Hamburg Planetarium following the installation of Shure’s Atmosphea sound system. Zoe Mutter headed to Germany to experience its 3D aural simulation first hand and explore the technology at its core.
Exterity’s new range of AvediaStream TVgateways provides a secure solution for distributing SD and HD video.
From research and development to training and products, Crestron is leading the way with 4K in the audio visual sector.
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The latest in our Executive Roundtable series of discussions focused on a range of video conferencing issues which affect AV/IT. Panel chairman Clive Couldwell reveals what was said.
It’s one of the world’s largest exhibitions and air displays, but how much do you really know about Farnborough’s AV requirements? Clive Couldwell finds out about 2014’s huge operation.
Clive Couldwell talks to Harman’s Blake Augsburger about his company’s future direction and product development.
Clevertouch pushes the boundaries again with in-built Android OS and True 4K resolution making Clevertouch the choice for education, business and digital signage.
Vision’s new breed of digital signage players are open platform with cloud-based content.
Leading universities and businesses worldwide are constantly seeking new and innovative tools for effective presentation and information sharing. They can be used with a broad range of both analogue and digital media. Visualiser systems – such as the latest solutions from WolfVision – have evolved into state-of-the-art, flexible, knowledge-sharing systems that can truly be described as ‘no compromise’ multimedia presentation solutions.
Rethink and simplify installations using coax and ZeeVee’s Digital Encoder/Modulators.
Here comes a display technology without compromise; no bezels, high brightness, low power, and in any size or shape – ideal for markets including rental, retail, broadcast, public sector, education and corporate.
More organisations are turning to digital asset management to catalogue, store, search and distribute their AV assets. Paul Bray finds out more.
When Brian Waterfield started at Jaguar Landrover in 2000, he never thought that he would be upping his game to the level he has achieved today. From starting out as a pattern maker then moving into design and inspection, Waterfield identified an opportunity for this whole process to exist in a virtual world before reality, creating a faster and more efficient route to market. One Masters in Virtual Reality, Gaming Technology and High End Visualisation later VR manager Waterfield journeys back to share his secrets of JLRs alternative universe with AV.
As a result of government-led initiatives aimed at rebalancing output toward technology, medical and service industries, the South East Asian region is now a regional hub for the main pro-AV equipment suppliers, says Adrian Pennington.
They may not be the most high-profile of items, but without loudspeakers the average AV system would be just plain, says Paul Bray.
When the British Museum needed to introduce a permanent AV infrastructure in the new £135 million Sainsbury Exhibition Gallery, Sysco’s expertise was imperative. Steve Montgomery reports.
AV Magazine’s audio expert Roland Hemming looks at the design of audio in transportation systems. Two Spanish projects show the flexibility of using column arrays to produce intelligible speech.