How to Assemble a 525-tile HyperPixel LED Video Wall in a Few Days and Then Disassemble It in 1 Night
For a one-day rental and staging project for a Canadian broadcaster, APG Rentals quickly installed a 525-tile 2.9mm HyperPixel LED video wall.
No longer is AV-over-IP a taboo subject – the distribution method has taken off, especially following the past two InfoComms. Let’s take a look at why that is.
The need to create personalized, interactive solutions for 60,000-plus attendees is just one way the large venue integration bar has been raised.
Projective Capacitive Technology by Zytronic fuels a highly-used touch-interactive exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution designed by Ideum.
Sharp’s PN-C805B AQUOS Board interactive whiteboard solution uses open platform tech with scratch-resistant shielding to encourage participation.
The LG Commercial Display Roadshow will show off company’s newest products, like OLED wallpaper, in Washington state July 19.
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.
A few new products highlighted Crimson AV’s InfoComm 2017 booth, including an outdoor display called the Wallros WTV55 and a line of outdoor enclosures.
ATEN has introduced North American dealers to its 4K Dual-View Thunderbolt 2 sharing US7220 device for KVM content sharing.
Building off relationship with the Washington Department of Transportation, Diversified helps monitor road safety, reduces bumps in road at control center.
Leyard Planar demonstrated the fine pixel pitch LED video wall, the MultiTouch, at InfoComm 2017. Here’s a look inside their booth.
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Discover why mass notification makes sense for commercial integrators as a way to expand existing projects and secure new clients. Chuck Wilson, executive director of the National Systems Contractors Association, expects the industry to grow to $6 billion. Find out how you can turn this growth into new revenue for your company.