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InfoComm 2015 Must See: Sharp’s AQUOS BOARD & Largest 4K LCD Display

Check out Sharp’s latest AQUOS BOARD interactive display systems as well as the world’s largest 4K UltraHD commercial LCD display at InfoComm 2015.>

Last Look Inside BB King’s High-Tech Tour Bus

Legendary guitarist B.B. King never got the blues inside his tour bus, which is complete with serious AV, touch panels, security, lighting control and surround sound.

Mad Men Offers Glimpse at 1960s Office Technology

Mad Men’s portrayal of old-school office technology didn’t get as much attention as its depiction of day drinking. But it was still enjoyable to drink in.

BrightSign Partners with WAND to Improve Restaurant Digital Signage

Pairing BrightSign media players with WAND Digital software and content management system, two market leaders create a complete digital menu board solution for bars and restaurants.

5 Safety Issues to Note When Installing Outdoor AV

Integrators and installers, take extra precautions when installing video displays and audio outdoors.

Buffalo Wild Wings Automates 80 Flat Screen TVs in Time for NBA Playoffs

Popular restaurant and sports bar revamps video distribution and control system with local integrator VST Productions and RTI.

Kayal Orthopaedic Goes Digital, Creates New Standard in Patient Care

Integration firm ProTek and Crestron DigitalMedia enable collaborative approach to medical care and treatment at Kayal Orthopaedic Center.

Geek Out on One High School’s Extensive STEM Lab

Charlottesville High School’s new STEM lab is a unique space with NEC video walls, Lenovo all-in-one workstations, 3D printers and more.

Inside Chicago Police’s Tech Strategy for Arming Officers with Real-Time Information

Crime Prevention Information Center at the Chicago Police Department headquarters uses Crestron DigitalMedia to distribute mission-critical information to deployed officers.

Look Out, Lads: London Restroom Flyers Flushed Out by Digital Advertising

BroadSign’s cloud-based software platform expand to 1,500 screens in men’s restrooms across London by 2017.