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Alpha Video & Audio Acquires Video Tech

Deal increases support and integration services for Minnesota firm’s southeastern U.S. clients.

Meet Barco’s 30,000-Lumen Laser Phosphor Projector

In addition to HDF-W30LP FLEX, Barco adds a laser phosphor module to take the place of lamps in existing HDF-W30 FLEX models.

Matrox Set to Demonstrate Next-Gen Maevex Multi-Encoding & Decoding at InfoComm 2016

Matrox Maevex 2 PCI Express cards, stand-alone appliances and OEM software and hardware are designed for real-time, high-density encoding and streaming applications.

3 Questions: Vivitek Steps Into Collaboration, BYOD

CI spoke to Vivitek just before the release of its new NovoDS for digital signage as well as its first ever laser projector. Find out more about how the company is stepping into new markets in this 3 Questions interview.

Eagle Eye Networks Survey Finds Wide Acceptance of Security Cameras on School Campuses

The study focuses on community attitudes concerning the use of video surveillance systems at schools and universities. The company also launches a $1 million cloud security grant program for schools.

Breaking Barriers: Why More Customers Are Now Eyeing IP Video

Attending ISC West this month? You’ll want to know what’s made IP video surveillance the choice for the next decade of video surveillance.

BenQ’s New Dynamic Duo Projects 6,000 and 7,000 Lumens

BenQ says its S-Series high-brightness projectors SU931 and SX930 are its brightest built for mid- to large-sized venues.

Here’s What HDR Means to 4K

According to Jeff Boccaccio of independent testing firm DPL Labs, in six months it will be important to ask manufacturers if they can handle HDR, not if they can handle 4K.

7 Baseball Teams Show Off Major League Technology for 2016

From iPads in every dugout to new video boards to virtual reality to new speakers, ballparks around the country are unveiling big-league enhancements.

Technology Hits and Misses at NRG Stadium in Houston for Final Four

Ribbon boards create distraction for viewers, but on-court projection has fans buzzing.