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14 Jul 2020, 09:10
AVIXA has produced a series of videos highlighting the importance of their Board of Directors to the AV industry and how these leading figures help to define the audio visual world.
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9 Jul 2020, 08:11
The new slim-frame version of the award-winning dnp Supernova One is equally well suited for meeting room applications and portrait digital displays in retail environments.
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7 Jul 2020, 09:40
Sixteen Christie D4K40-RGB pure laser 40,000 lumen projectors mapped an 87-metre statue that was once the tallest in the world in this year’s Russian celebrations of the end of World War II.
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3 Jul 2020, 08:56
New products and partnerships include a temperature-screening kiosk, a digital hand sanitising station, people-counting and traffic flow carts and thermal mirror technology.
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1 Jul 2020, 08:40
The virtual training room with a capacity of up to 112 participants was built in collaboration with Barco and Kinly and is designed for use by external organisations as well as CTOUCH.
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29 Jun 2020, 09:56
Utilising ROE Visual 1.5mm LED, interactive LED flooring and the disguise xR workflow, the stage in Northern California is attracting interest from corporate clients, VFX firms and film producers.
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25 Jun 2020, 14:40
Greg Jeffreys, founder and director of Visual Displays Ltd and current chair of the AVIXA Standards Steering Committee, is being honoured by the 2020 AV Technology Awards with its Outstanding Contribution award.
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25 Jun 2020, 09:26
With a 14,000 sqm projection surface including four ponds, the Bassins des Lumieres utilises 30 Modulo Pi media servers alongside 95 Barco video projectors and 80 Meyer Sound loudspeakers.
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23 Jun 2020, 09:15
Projection mapping projects are revitalising revenue streams and drawing new visitors to businesses and landmarks in Old Montreal and Toronto, thanks to Panasonic technology.
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19 Jun 2020, 08:59
For decades, film and TV productions have used green and blue screens to place actors into new environments.