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Cornell’s Sage Chapel Turns 7 Feet of Amplification into 7 Inches With Ashly Audio

Ashly Audio products condense the processing and amplification system at Cornell University’s Sage Chapel.

How to Create a Magnetic Corporate Culture: Strong, Positive and Attractive

Does your company culture attract new employees who want to be a part of the environment and contribute to the effort?

FOR-A to Debut New FT-ONE 4K Camera at NAB Show

Updating its popular FT-ONE camera, which is used for sporting events and digital cinematography applications, the Calif.-based company FOR-A is introducing its new FT-ONE 4K camera.

DVIGear Joins HDBaseT Alliance

DVIGear, supplier of DVI and HDMI distribution products, joins the HDBaseT Alliance as an adopter.

Ferrari and IC Realtime Test 720-Degree Surveillance Camera on the Racetrack

IC Realtime’s upcoming 720-degree camera technologies are being tested in a racing environment, highlighted by Scuderia Corsa Racing with Ferrari’s 458 Italia running practice laps at speeds well over 100mph.

Why Crestron Takes 4K UHD Certification Upon Itself

DigitalMedia switching and distribution product maker doesn’t want to relive with 4K the rough early days of HDMI.

Extron Adds Processor to DTP CrossPoint 84 Line of Products

The new DTP CrossPoint 84 IPCP provides Extron dealers with an all-in-one 4K matrix switcher, two built-in independent scalers, integrated DTP and XTP transmitters and receivers, and a mono/stereo amplifier with DSP capabilities.

3D Court Projection System is a Game Changer for Cleveland Cavaliers

Quince Imaging and the NBA Cleveland Cavaliers bring you a one-of-a-kind 3D projection mapping performance.

Will Social and Business Video Intersect in the Future?

Daniel Newman, founder of BroadSuite Consulting, considers the possibility of using social media video to connect with clients or suppliers in a business setting.

InfoComm Announces Regional Events Aimed at Customers’ Tech Decision Makers

Two-day end-user-focused events are planned in Philadelphia and San Jose, and InfoComm says it will no longer host Washington, D.C.-based GovComm.