These examples of haunted house technology are some of the coolest (or ghoulest?) we’ve seen yet. Here’s how these AV systems run.
The hospitality industry is focused on keeping pace with emerging hotel room technology, with artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) among the most likely to check in.
mero Concepts museum installation features discreet audio and video at Texas art gallery, with speakers from James Loudspeark and an OLED TV from Sony.
Maevex 6120 delivers simultaneous dual 4K capture, stream and record on a standard 1GB Ethernet network with capture and real-time encoding.
Multi-view four-input, two-output Key Digital KD-MLV4x2 PRO Video Matrix is well-positioned for the conference room and corporate AV, says the manufacturer.
In a realignment of how QSC talks about the Q-SYS Platform, new Q-SYS networking solutions such as including Q-SYS NS Series network switches are designed to save integrators time and money.
From Broadway shows to eSports arenas, there are plenty of ways immersive audio can bring people closer than ever to the sound they enjoy.
Amazon Alexa for Business links with Google G Suite & Microsoft Exchange to make sure there’re no double-booked meeting rooms when conference room booking.
Barclaycard Arena in Hamburg invests in Arena App to connect concert-goers to vendors, traffic reports, notifications of events.
Altia Systems uses PanaCast 2 panoramic cameras to deliver real-time video collaboration experience in Zoom Rooms for Uber employees worldwide.
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