With Commercial Integrator’s industry report showing that installers have little interest in offering lighting, the industry is leaving money on the table and allowing another industry to gain market share in the lighting sector.
Christie technology transforming the visual landscape at Christie Center, Westgate Sports SuperBook and at Cirque du Soleil.
Stop by Planar and Leyard’s booth at InfoComm 2016 to learn about the latest fine pitch LED products and their capabilities, at booth #C7736 at this year’s InfoComm show.
Today’s lighting control technology allows data to be collected from intelligent lighting nodes, providing benefits such as immediate initialization and recognition of demand response, individualized task-level lighting control for workspaces and more.
Sony will highlight a new scalable system for large-scale visual entertainment at InfoComm 2016 that features a black surface area for high contrast, high resolution and immersive visuals.
Available immediately from AVAD, Planar will provide customers with display solutions such as LED video walls that can be customized to meet the needs of various projects.
Helping the SLS Las Vegas stand out on The Strip are ground breaking Daktronics-manufactured LED video displays.
As more building owners seek integrated systems that not only increase operating efficiencies but also provide safety measures, it’s up to integrators to deliver the interoperable, future-proof systems that will last.
Clemson University expects to see significant energy savings after installing the first of its kind Power over Ethernet (PoE) lighting system on campus.
The live NBC production’s unsung heroes were its lighting designers and products such as Clay Paky Alpha 800 Profile and Sharpy fixtures.