Continuing the Conversation


By Allen Weidman Sustainability Officer, InfoComm International As InfoComm International’s sustainability officer, I read the column A Different Type of Green Show Checklist by Midori Connolly with great interest. Since InfoComm 2013 is right around the corner, I believe the column provides a great opportunity to engage in an open conversation about InfoComm’s role in […]

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Church Online


It’s been said that video without lighting is just radio. The point being that it takes great lighting to make great video and a story isn’t complete without compelling audio (most of the time, at least). With YouTube stats setting records every year, we’re clearly a video-obsessed culture here in North America. It is no […]

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Digital Signage Content Background: The First Thing to Catch the Eye


When creating visual messages, we often concentrate our efforts on the text and select the background as an afterthought. Of course, the design should always be secondary to the content, but keep in mind that people often notice graphics before text. This is especially important in digital signage, where the viewers are some distance away […]

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Audinate Goes Mainstream in Partnership with BOSE – So Much for Better Sound Through Marketing


Everyone in ProAV generally makes fun of BOSE Corporation. For years, it’s sold products to consumers without any technical specs, performance details and without any information about how a product it makes is differentiated from another product of a different brand (e.g., Sony, Mitsubishi or Panasonic). But, there’s one thing we universally love with the […]

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Tecom to Launch a Multi-Touch Lectern at InfoComm


Tecom is introducing at InfoComm the TecPodium AV Lectern, which will integrate multi-touch screen capabilities supporting Microsoft Windows 8 and HD resolution. The TecPodium TPI-12W is an all-in-one lectern with a single control panel controlling all AV gear. It has a built-in optical, multi-user touch screen system. The new touch screen also offers extended educational […]

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Beyond the Digital Conversion: Shaping the Cinema of the Future


The digital cinema conversion has progressed at high speed, and as of May 2013, is already more than 70 percent completed globally, with some countries fully digitized, and many others approaching full digitization. Exhibitors are turning their attention more and more towards reaping the full benefits that digital cinema has to offer. It’s an exciting […]

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