It’s the need that matters, not the box. Future markets will demand that AV companies can deliver both business savvy and engineering skills, Electrosonic’s Sarah Joyce tells Peter Lloyd.
West Africa contains pockets of considerable market potential for pro-AV suppliers fuelled by massive construction projects and broadband infrastructure, reports Adrian Pennington.
High-octane performance, a rotating set and 4D projection mapping unite for two powerful shows at Ferrari World. Zoe Mutter finds out how Drive Productions’ action-packed project has set pulses racing.
Ever increasing standards in live production means incorporating eye-catching tech is now a prerequisite, but traditional holographic techniques don’t always fit the bill for events. Zoe Mutter finds out how Holo-Gauze is offering an alternative method of creating striking holographic effects.
A brief look at the next few months. Change had been underway in just about every area of AV last year.
After completing a Bachelor in Audio Visual Production Techniques in 1996, Camies completed a second study at the Academy for Arts in Groningen, Netherlands with one year as an exchange student at the Academy Royal des Beaux Arts et Métiers in Brussels where he helped set up the Academy’s Media Technology department in 1999.
AV has penetrated to the sharp end of medicine (literally), with operating theatres kitted out to record and stream a surgeon’s every incision, reports Paul Bray.
Confidence is soaring and the numbers are good, so what could possibly go wrong? AV Magazine’s latest research into the systems market notes the issues as well as painting a rosy picture, says Peter Lloyd.
Installing audio into a meeting room can be something of a challenge. Roland Hemming explores how this has been done effectively with great skill at Jyske Bank.
Whether it’s to save time, improve decision-making, cut travel costs and carbon footprints, or just cosy up to our colleagues and trading partners at any hour of the day or night, remote conferencing has become an indispensable part of modern business, says Paul Bray.
Visually engaging and featuring the most advanced technology, immersive experience Shogyo Mujo is nothing short of a creative masterpiece. Zoe Mutter talks to projection artist extraordinaire, Bart Kresa, about the inspiration and technical process behind the monumental skull art installation.
Change has been underway in just about every area of AV this year.
Centralised control is being blended with precision targeting of the audience. ‘Digital signage’ doesn’t seem to do it justice anymore, says Paul Bray.
This spectacularly engaging experience simply refused to be compromised by venue limitations and used technology and real technical wizardry not for their own sake, but as storytelling tools to bring a client company to life, says Clive Couldwell.
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.
ACLS and Green Hippo combined technical and creative expertise to produce a spectacular event for MTV at Sunway Lagoon, Kuala Lumpur. Zoe Mutter explores Hippotizer’s role in the vibrant production.
Mass construction for sports events, government decentralisation and theme parks are fuelling a boom in AV activity in one of the world’s high-technology hotspots.
Colossal burning art installations and paint fights: Secret Garden Party is renowned for its originality. Zoe Mutter reports on the festival’s new ventures – water projections and LEDs plummeting from the sky.
Formal meeting spaces are still well used, but there is a growing informality of style, matched by an informality of place reports Paul Bray.
In a world with ubiquitous IT, reams of data and high-profile security needs, AV has to work in an interconnected world. But it’s still vital, as SMW president Fred Shen told Peter Lloyd.
InfoComm MEA showcased the latest pro-AV innovations across a broad spectrum of industries. Clive Couldwell talked to the show’s project director, David Lim, about the region’s AV potential.