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InfoComm 2014, I Shiver With Antici…Pation!

Products and demos at last year’s InfoComm show have been called ‘more evolutionary than revolutionary.’ What trends can you expect to see at this year’s show?

Will InfoComm 2014 Be the Year of 4K?

After a week in Vegas for the biggest pro AV show in the industry, we expect to hear a lot more about this crystal-clear technology, 4K, and why it’s here to stay.

The AIA Contract: Friend, Foe or Just a Lot of Reading?

One attorney and owner of a custom integration firm examines the the construction contracts offered by the American Institute of Architects (AIA). If you are an integrator on the rise, you will one day be presented one of these to sign.

3D: Failure is Not an Option

Wireless broadband could have failed if it wasn’t standardized. 3D is in the same position. Here are the roadblocks 3D faces.

Go Inside 17-Year-Old Programmer’s Dazzling Easter Production

Will Flavin, high schooler and lighting programmer of Flavin Lighting Design, pulls off a one-of-a-kind Easter production at The Simple Church of Louisiana.

Is HDMI our friend or foe?

The promise of one simplified connection for HD video and audio seemed like an advantage for installers. But has HDMI delivered on that promise?

What Comes First, System Design or Functionality?

Money and pain saving insight about allowing functionality to shape system design from an AV programmer.

Happy Newlyweds: Why Harman’s Acquisition of AMX Makes Sense

Harman’s focus on audio in the commercial market is the perfect complement to AMX’s video and automation systems.

What Has David Labuskes Accomplished in 1.5 Years?

Following popular Randy Lemke, InfoComm’s new executive director is putting his own bold stamp on the trade organization.

7 Ways to a Healthy Corporate Culture

Go behind the curtain at Whole Foods and Southwest Airlines, two companies that personify a healthy and dynamic corporate culture.