Look back at the AV industry news that made a difference for integration firms in 2017. From acquisitions to retirements, it was a massive year for AV news.
From new projection mapping shows to immersive Avatar experiences at Animal Kingdom, Disney World technology stays one step ahead.
Waxahachie Independent in Texas sets standard with $500,000 football scoreboard, but it’s only one of the large High School football video boards.
1220 Exhibits reworked the AV for Moody Gardens 1.5-million-gallon Aquarium Pyramid and replaces plans for a 25K projector with a PixelFLEX LED video wall.
Barrick, a Toronto-based gold mining company, sought better video collaboration and integrator Advanced turned to Prysm Visual Workplace and Cisco video conferencing.
Addressing various audio and acoustical challenges, Wisconsin State Capitol’s integration firm chose Earthworks Microphones — FM500s – for a much needed upgrade.
Young congregants want video content, so Village Presbyterian uses a dazzling Da-Lite Wireline Advantage as the centerpiece of its technology overhaul.
Singapore’s Changi Airport is the latest in a stream of airports to add NanoLumens LED video walls.
Retro bar and restaurant Headquarters Beercade Nashville recently decked out its audio solutions with Martin Audio and a Vivitek projector.
Martin Audio MLAs (Multi-cellular Loudspeaker Arrays) were (above) center stage at Henley Festival on London’s Thames River.
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