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Aurora Multimedia TAVIS Tablet

Aurora Multimedia Releases TAVIS Thermal Temperature Tablet

Aurora Multimedia Corp. has introduced what it says is an AV industry first: a thermal temperature tablet built in the U.S. designed to screen people for signs of the coronavirus while entering a space.

legal cannabis industry, Cannabis Pro AV

The Cannabis Pro AV Opportunity Is… Growing

A total of 15 U.S. states have now legalized cannabis for recreational use, which means more opportunities for AV integrators.

Circa Resort & Casino Sportsbook

World’s Largest Sportsbook Informs & Entertains at Circa Resort & Casino Las Vegas

Six Daktronics displays total 98 million pixels to welcome and wow visitors to sportsbook in Circa Resort & Casino Las Vegas.

Pro AV immersive entertainment

How Pro AV Needs to Think Differently About Immersive Entertainment

Pro AV and integrators need to think outside-the-box when planning and designing immersive experiences in the COVID-19 era.

magic wall

Data Has Been a Compelling Element in Presidential Election Drama – Thanks to ‘Magic Wall’ & Other Tech

TV news anchors are using all kinds of calculations, formulas and projections to make the race to the White House into must-see TV.

U.S. Election AV

The AV Powering U.S. Election Media Coverage

From large video walls to interactive displays, U.S. media coverage of the 2020 presidential election involved loads of AV.

Monetizing the Investment in Digital Displays

Your customers likely look at digital signage technology solely as an expense. Instead, they need to recognize it as a revenue opportunity through advertising and sponsorship placements.

Sharp NEC Display Solutions Ltd.

Sharp and NEC Complete Joint Venture to Form Sharp NEC Display Solutions Ltd.

Deal to create Sharp NEC Display Solutions Ltd. was first announced in March and delayed in June because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Google meet

Virtual Backgrounds Finally Come to Google Meet

Google Meet has now caught up with other videoconferencing platforms with the company’s rollout of custom virtual backgrounds for video calls.

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