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NMUSA

AV-Driven Exhibits at the National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA)

A challenge for museums is to find ways to engage visitors, encouraging them to look up from their phones, and learn the history — NMUSA did just that using the latest AV tech.

pro AV News to Know

AV News to Know Aug 20, 2021: New Products, Cool Projects and People in New Places

In this week’s edition: brighter screens that drain less battery, Jam Industries becomes Exertis/Jam, loudspeaker systems that rock, and more.

Atlona AT-WAVE 101

Atlona Launches AT-WAVE-101 Wireless Presentation Platform

WAVE-101 combines wireless connectivity for all popular casting protocols with unique functionality to deliver value for BYOD AV applications

Projection Retail Storefronts

Digital Advertising Is Helping To Activate Vacant Storefronts

COVID’s impact on retail real estate is putting a larger emphasis on the monetization of storefronts, with AV technology leading the way.

HYO customer experience center

Electrosonic: Hyosung America Customer Experience Center

Hyosung America had a bold, exciting vision for the Customer Experience Center at its North American headquarters in Irving, Texas.

Crestron Philips

Crestron, PPDS Announce Cloud Certification, Partnership

Philips OPS displays receive Crestron XiO Cloud certification, allowing customers to deploy, monitor and manage displays from a centralized location.

Best Museum Project: National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame

The National Museum of Racing kicked off its Hall of Fame with an impressive cinematic AV experience thanks to Electrosonic.

Taco Bell Drve-Thru

Check Out This New Tech-Heavy Taco Bell Drive-Thru Concept

Taco Bell is the latest quick-service restaurant reimagining the drive-thru experience with the help of audiovisual technology.

Best Meeting Room Project: Tech Company All Hands Meeting Room

When this tech company was looking for several brand-new spaces and meeting rooms, it turned to a preferred vendor in IVCi.

Times Square Waterfall

Watch This ‘Waterfall’ Cascade Down Into Times Square

The public art display is another from Samsung and design firm d’strict that features digital display technology.