During construction of Jersey City’s Cast Iron Lofts, Serious Audio Video was asked to design smart common areas. The Tech Decision When reaching out to Serious, resident safety and peace of mind were paramount, but Cast iron Lofts wanted the “wow” factor too. The company wanted residents to have all the amenities of modern living, […]
Four years ago, Portland State University—in the heart of downtown Portland, OR—embarked on a mission to create a meeting and collaboration space for university researchers and regional stakeholders. The Tech Decision The university envisioned a place for local government and private companies to work alongside PSU researchers on a variety of projects that link data […]
Students have a choice, and when it comes to their university tuition is not the only deciding factor. For millennial students, those who have grown up with a smart phone in their pocket, digital innovation is a major deciding factor. With the opportunity to upgrade not one, but two buildings, Indiana University had quite a […]
by Tom Kopin, Global Engineering Specialist, Kramer Electronics
The transition to 4K (or more specifically, media content and displays with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels, a/k/a Ultra HD) is happening with incredible speed. Consider that the first 4K LCD display sold in the United States was an 84−inch monster, manufactured by LG Display and private−labeled by Sony, LG, JVC, and Toshiba, and it […]
This year, the second annual CorpComm Expo and EduComm Expo took place at the Navy Pier in Chicago, IL. CorpComm Expo is the world’s first and only conference and trade show exclusively dedicated to showcasing digital communications technology and education that specifically serve the needs of corporate professionals. Professional end user attendance includes C-level and […]
Heather Hoxie’s fourth grade class at Beaver Acres Elementary School was named a Future Ready school by Beaverton School District in 2015, meaning that an increase in technology integration would be supported with new devices as well as support staff. The Tech Decision Kids are immersed in a world of intense visual engagement, where nearly […]
InfoComm International is the trade association representing the professional audiovisual and information communications industries worldwide. InfoComm provides education, resources and events to the AV industry. Established in 1939, InfoComm has more than 5,000 members, including manufacturers, systems integrators, dealers and distributors, independent consultants, programmers, rental and staging companies, end users and multimedia professionals from more […]
Meadows Office Interiors recently moved their Manhattan headquarters to the iconic Lipstick Building. The executive management team, consisting of CEO Sheri David, COO Marissa Allen, and Chairwomen Rosalie Edson, designed a state-of-the-art working showroom facility including conference space, as well as formal and informal meeting spaces to showcase the beautiful and seamless integration of technology […]
Two towering NanoLumens video displays punctuate University of Kansas’ well-designed collaboration hub.
A big deal is made out of video collaboration in the workplace. Columns are written about business’ shifts toward more interactive meetings. Webinars are offered on how to use video collaboration to leverage today’s remote and mobile workspaces. It’s less of a big deal in the world of education in that students are going to […]
When it comes to security with digital signage on campus, there are both physical and network threats to consider.
Digital signs are being installed at an ever growing rate on many campuses. As educational, administrative, athletic, and informational units see the effectiveness of these signs they want one or more to tell their story. These screen can use multiple forms of digital information from static to dynamic and allow interaction with the viewing public. […]