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24 High-Tech Halloween Costumes
Former NASA engineer creates creepy Halloween costumes with the simple use of smartphones and tablets.

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Digital Signage Gets Spooky at 14-Acre Sports Complex
Spooky Nook Sports is an enormous 700,000 square foot indoor sports facility, completely decked out...
Inside Atlanta’s High-Profile Security Control Rooms
In conjunction with its hosting this year's recently completed ASIS annual Seminar and Exhibits,...
7 Super-Scary Wiring Scenarios
Chances are you won't learn anything from our Halloween-themed gallery of scary wiring scenarios....


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24 High-Tech Halloween Costumes
Former NASA engineer creates creepy Halloween costumes with the simple use of smartphones and tablets.

Advanced Places Projection in Back, Control Up Front
Toronto Transit Commission elects Advanced to update control room with 80” Delta Displays rear projection LED cube video wall, guaranteeing 24/7 footage of the city’s transportation system.

Digital Signage Gets Spooky at Nation’s Largest Indoor Sports Complex
Spooky Nook Sports is an enormous 700,000 square foot indoor sports facility, completely decked out with 60 HD displays, 12 interactive digital signage kiosks and a video wall.

Inside Atlanta’s High-Profile Security Control Rooms
In conjunction with its hosting this year's recently completed ASIS annual Seminar and Exhibits, media members took a tour of Atlanta security operations and command centers for the city's Video Integration Center, MARTA public transit, Delta, CNN and the Georgia Aquarium.

7 Super-Scary Wiring Scenarios
Chances are you won't learn anything from our Halloween-themed gallery of scary wiring scenarios. But hopefully you'll feel great about your own company's wiring techniques.

InFocus LiteShow 4 Transmits Digital Content to Projectors & Displays
The LiteShow 4 easily connects to projectors and displays to create a 150Mbps wireless access point with a range of 300 feet to allow Windows, Macs and mobile products to wirelessly transmit video.

ESPN Makes Digital Splash with Eye-Popping SportsCenter Upgrade
Integrator WorldStage upgrades ESPN's SportsCenter digital studio, complete with a video floor, virtual technology, two touchscreens, a 56 LED multi-dimensional monitor wall and the ability to do live and pre-produced segments simultaneously.

How Boston College Gets Fans off Comfy Couches, onto Metal Benches
Boston College hopes to 'compete with the living room experience' with new Daktronics 13HD LED video boards and LED ribbon at Alumni Stadium.

Top 10 Dante-Enabled Products
Audinate’s Dante digital networking system has become ubiquitous throughout the pro audio sector, from installed sound to touring sound to recording and post studios.

A Brief Conversation With Dante
At the recent AES Show in Los Angeles, Audinate CEO Lee Ellison talks with CI about Dante: the digital audio networking technology, the possibility of adding video, the 160 licensed manufacturers, and the product's remarkable progress.



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