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Top 10 High-Tech Sports Bars to Watch March Madness

Take a look at CI’s list of the best highly technical and entertaining sports bars to watch the 2016 NCAA Tournament.

Making the Move to 4K Ultra High Definition Displays With Almo Pro A/V

While commercial displays are still the top use for 4K, the technology has begun to appear in a range of common display devices like PC monitors, notebooks, tablets and even smartphone screens.

TopGolf Swings for Interactive AV in Every Hitting Bay

Diem Digital installs a robust AV system, complete with ZeeVee’s HDbridge series QAM solution, to enhance the ultimate golfing and entertainment experience at TopGolf sports venue.

Why #DaytonaRising Should Be Trending After Daytona 500

NASCAR’s rebuilt Daytona 500 venue — known as Daytona Rising — is a technological marvel with truly massive amounts of audio and video.

A Side-by-Side Comparison of Sharp Displays at ISE

When you look at Sharp’s PN-H801 Ultra HD display next to its predecessor, the difference is clear.

Planar, Leyard Flex Post Acquisition Muscles at ISE 2016

The combined brands seemed not to miss a step showing off innovations in LED, LCD and OLED at Integrated Systems Europe 2016.

NEC Goes Large at ISE 2016 with Laser Projectors, 75-Inch Displays

Large-venue PX803UL laser projector and 75-inch high-ambient area capable X754HB are being showcased at ISE 2016.

NEC Brings 75-inch High Brightness Display, Laser Projectors To ISE 2016

NEC Display Solutions shows off its next generation of large venue laser projectors and its new 75-inch display designed for areas with high levels of ambient light at ISE in Amsterdam.

Super Bowl 50: The Most Technologically Advanced Game in History

From large Daktronics displays and robust Wi-Fi to pylon cameras and a highly publicized in-stadium app, it’s no surprise Silicon Valley’s Levi’s Stadium is home to the most tech-savvy Super Bowl ever.

Inside Celebrity Chef Richard Blais’ New SoCal Restaurant, Complete with ELAN Control

The Crack Shack needed a robust security system since the outdoor, open-air venue had no doors, windows or even walls. The final result is a custom-designed automation system centered around ELAN Entertainment and Control.

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