These examples of haunted house technology are some of the coolest (or ghoulest?) we’ve seen yet. Here’s how these AV systems run.
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.
Altia Systems uses PanaCast 2 panoramic cameras to deliver real-time video collaboration experience in Zoom Rooms for Uber employees worldwide.
The new Draper SmartTrim system provides an elegant finishing solution to Barco’s popular LCD-based UniSee video wall systems.
Combination of Boxer projectors and Pandoras Box content manager has Germany-based TUI Cruises thinking of retrofitting the rest of its fleet.
The Optoma Creative Touch IFPDs (interactive flat panel displays) provide users in the education, corporate, and more markets a choice of three screen sizes. Optoma says its new IFPD products are available in 65-, 75- and 86-inch screen sizes and enter the market at pricing levels that “set benchmarks for affordability.” The video manufacturer says […]
The nobox program by Almo Pro A/V identifies complementary services that AV customers need to purchase anyway and puts integrators in a position to provide them.
Red Sox video projection wallscape show in Boston and Cambridge features some of the major players and moments that led to team-record 108 wins in 2018.
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