- Type: Recorded Webinar
- Topic: AV Industry; Display
- Audience: All AV Professionals
- Publication Date: July 2015
- Language: English
When it comes to video, you can’t just hang a screen on a wall and expect viewers to get the picture. The visual principles of AV design are about more than technology. Here are four things to consider when determining the perfect display environment.
Find out what's happening at InfoComm 2015 in Orlando. In this episode, join Tom Evans, Director of Display Marketing at Samsung, Dan Jackson, Marketing and Development Engineer at Crestron, and Paul Harris, CEO of Aurora Multimedia, as they discuss what attendees will see on the show floor, the evolution of display technology and the nuances of 4K video. Listen now.
Even if your AV system sports an impressive amount of flash, a poorly considered design could ruin it. For example, if a display's too small or placed in an awkward position, it can detract from your message. Addressing such factors requires experience in a key component of AV design: ergonomics.
A good AV professional’s work is really never done. Before you can hand off a system to its users, you have to test it and confirm that it works as expected. This set of tips, distilled from InfoComm International’s AV System Performance Verification Guide, explains how to check five items off your video systems verification report.
With Integrated Systems Europe 2015 right around the corner, we talked to AV professionals about the $17.5 billion European market for AV products and services. Which countries are growing the fastest? Which are growing the slowest? And which AV technologies and applications offer the greatest opportunities? Read about it in this InfoComm special report.
The humble house of worship is often a trailblazer in the use of audiovisual technology. From projection-mapping to large-scale LED videowalls, many of today’s modern churches are focusing on what members see in order to underscore what they hear. “We’re moving toward an environment in which we no longer have to be limited to conventional formats,” says one AV integrator. Read the special report.
As video technology grows more sophisticated and prices continue to drop, live events professionals have engaged in a race to create bigger and better video experiences. Says one, “Once one event producer sees very large projection or LED walls, they’ll want something as big or bigger for their next event.” Read more in this InfoComm special report.
Learn how an InfoComm member, Quince Imaging, is using book smarts and just enough equipment to transform surfaces into spellbinding 3D video experiences.
Like peanut butter and chocolate before it, in retrospect it seems inevitable that social media and live-event AV technology would make for a cool mashup. Increasingly, we’re seeing pictures and video from Facebook, and images and comments from Twitter and Instagram leaping from users’ mobile devices onto 60-inch LCDs and 20-foot projection screens at corporate and other types of events. Dan Daley gives an in-depth look at this trend.
At the InfoComm 2013 show in June, 4K display was all the rage. But what could you realistically do with all those pixels? We survey AV professionals to find out how long, if ever, it will take the industry to embrace 4K.
Clients don't want pre-recession AV for their presentations. Pipes and drapes don't cut it anymore. Read what else today's meeting planners are looking for.
En este seminario revisaremos los temas de dispositivos de visualización, tamaños de proyección, características de los proyectores, y características y diferencias de los diferentes sistemas de pizarra interactiva utilizadas en el diseño y desarrollo de las aulas de clase en la actualidad.
Neste seminário revisaremos os tópicos de dispositivos de exibição, tamanhos de projeção, características de projetores, características e as diferenças dos diferentes sistemas de lousa interativas utilizados na concepção e no desenvolvimento das sala de aula nos dias atuais.
If you haven't heard of the analog sunset, the good news is you're not alone. The bad news is, ignorance won't be bliss for AV professionals and clients alike.
InfoComm International recently released its newest performance standard, ANSI/INFOCOMM 3M-2011 Projected Image System Contrast Ratio. The voluntary standard seeks to define acceptable minimum contrast ratios for projected images, relative to their application, for both installed systems and live events.