Crestron won a 2017 CI BEST Award for its TSW-1060 10.1” Touch Screen solution — here’s what separated it from others in its category.
Pennsylvania event space features seven vintage cars and a sophisticated projection-based theater ready to take visitors back to 1950s.
Motley Crue’s “Final Tour” featured automated audio, lighting, pyro and MIDI programmed by Playback Control and Viggy Vignola.
The giant spider at Britain’s Glastonbury Music Festival — itself a spectacle — was enhanced by rental specialist CPL’s lighting.
Tour Supply installed an ELAN control system and intricate lighting to expand event capabilities at the 120-year-old Famous Saloon in Nashville.
Electrosonic’s 4D installation plays off an existing 60-foot 4K screen, adds intense surround sound to immerse guests in a popular video game-based ride.
Ford A-V’s installation allows FlyingTee customers to see their swings in real-time with digital enhancement — all while beating out Oklahoma weather.
Louisiana youngster graduates high school, tours with Christian rock band for three years, weighs next move as he considers future in lighting design.
Lutron helps historic England tennis grounds that hosts Wimbledon championships install retractable roof and retrofitted lighting at Centre Court.
The Discovery Centre 40,000 square-foot science museum project was important to Nova Scotia and just as important to Nova Scotia-based Backman Vidcom.
This four-part guide will give tech manager’s tips, advice, expert opinion and suggestions about what lecture capture solutions are capable of and steps to build one of their own.
Since the turn of the millennium the projection market has evolved from CRT, to more installation-friendly LCD, LCoS and DLP technologies. The next wave to hit the channel addresses brightness and efficiency.