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November 15, 2021 | Volume: 15 | Issue: 21
How’s it going, AV pros and fans? Happy Monday! There are a few case studies this week I think you’ll find particularly interesting — my favorite is Epson’s laser projectors being used in an audio and light exhibit in Arizona! Turning voices into unique light is an awesome interactive idea, and it’s outdoors too!
Onto our columns! This week, we’ve got a piece from the one and only Gary Kayye that highlights his must-see products from InfoComm 2021. These aren’t sponsored — they’re simply the coolest tech and companies Gary saw on the show floor. From cable management systems and eyeglasses to compact PCs and projection screens, these are just some of the most remarkable exhibits from InfoComm 2021. Get a look at Gary’s top picks and see some of the over 420 videos rAVe took while at the show!
Our second piece this week is by rAVe writer Murphy Daley! She gives us a hopeful and positive look into something we should have known — AV has had the keys to the future of hybrid work all along. “Our AV technology suite had the conferencing tools and hardware from the beginning of the pandemic,” Murphy says. “Customers need to know about these tools and be provided with a vision of how they can be used.” Learn why Murphy says we have had these tools from the start and how we can use the past to get a look into what we will need for the future.
I think that is just about it, AVtweeps. Don’t miss cool case studies, InfoComm product coverage and other exciting industry news. I hope you have a great week filled with all things AV, and I’ll see you next time! Bye!
We were so excited to head to Orlando for this year’s InfoComm 2021 and see all the new tech — so I thought it would make a lot of sense to quickly outline just a few of the products that really stuck out. Here are the products that stand out above the crowd.
Our AV technology suite had the conferencing tools and hardware from the beginning of the pandemic. But there are also occupancy sensors and room usage tools we can supply. Customers need to know about these tools and be provided with a vision of how they can be used. There are savings to be realized for the customers and retention strategies to begin in this office and WFH hybrid reality.