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How to Make an Impact with Big Video Projection
Integrators are called upon to create impact video projection solutions for clients, and -- frankly -- not all are equipped to do so. This free webinar walks integrators through basic scaling, warping and blending techniques, introducing them to technology that can make the process easier than in the past.
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How to Make an Impact with Big Video Projection
Original Air Date: March 20, 2013
Start Time: 2:00 PM EDT
Moderator: Mark Coxon, Display Solutions Specialist, Horizon Display
Panelists: Ken Eagle, Education and Training Manager, Digital Projection; Edgar Jimenez, Business Solutions Group, Hitachi America LTD

Have you been paying attention to what’s happening in the world of video projection?

Projection is playing a bigger, more prominent role in commercial video displays. Clients don’t just want video projection for functional needs such boardroom presentation or sports bar entertainment. They also use projection to make big, bold statements, to call attention to themselves amid a sea of flat panel TVs and digital signage displays.

You see projected images and videos on the sides of buildings, in sports venues, in corporate lobbies, you name it.

Integrators are called upon to create impact video projection solutions for clients, and—frankly—not all are equipped to do so.

This free CI webinar walks integrators through basic scaling, warping and blending techniques, introducing them to technology that can make the process easier than in the past.

The expert panel offers tips on how to design a large-scale projection system, including questions to ask clients, venue considerations and more.

Being better equipped to provide clients with impact projection systems will allow integrators to grow their business – making a big impact on their bottom line.

This free CI webinar is a great first step.

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Casey - another great project! 


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