Airport technology is advancing at an incredible rate, with innovations such as giant LED advertising screens, high-res flight information displays and high-fidelity audio enhancing the traveller’s journey. In our airport special Zoe Mutter examines three high-flying projects helping airport AV evolve.
Ground-breaking projects such as the Han Show Theatre demand a team with outstanding creative and technical abilities. Steve Montgomery reveals how the Chinese mega structure could well be an example of world-beating AV.
The extraordinary performances delivered by musical heavyweights in Montreux Jazz Festival’s auditoriums are more than deserving of being treasured in an archive. Zoe Mutter explored how the event is recorded and streamed for audiences around the globe to enjoy.
When Belgian theme park Bobbejaanland created a new attraction to complement its existing portfolio, immersing visitors was the aim. Zoe Mutter explores the high-tech chosen to wow thrill seekers.
Some 145 nations are participating in the World Expo 2015 being held in Milan and which finishes on 31 October. Our star of the show was undoubtedly the UAE Pavilion which was emotional, challenging, thought-provoking, yet managed to educate and engage. Clive Couldwell explains how.
Interactive presentations are much-hyped but the results can be obscure. So it’s good to find a well-documented example that really delivers. Peter Lloyd looks at how the Army met and exceeded its targets.
As a high profile software, data and media company whose bread and butter is disseminating information faster and more accurately than anyone else, and whose pride in its increasingly sophisticated high technology customer and UC delivery spaces is clear to see, you’d have thought AV had quite rightly justified its place at the company’s high table. Clive Couldwell reports.
Large scale projection and content playback techniques were put to the test when creating a water-inspired world for a Swedish fashion exhibition. Zoe Mutter went beneath the surface of the trend-setting tech triumph.
The team at Sparling applied its expertise in multi-use facility development to produce an audio package for a sports venue that would be suitable for a range of events. Zoe Mutter finds out why Harman was a sound choice.