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In a detailed presentation, our panel discussed the features, how they can benefit your production, and the infrastructure requirements for networks supporting NDI5.
After a few years of pandemic, it’s looking like in-person live events are coming back! At InfoComm 2022, we have a wealth of sessions to provide live events professionals with the latest information and technology available, including presentations on live audio, stage calling, operations, and even some very cool tours!
During our recent Content Distribution and Media Power Hour webinar, our panel discussed production optimization. Here are some key takeaways.
Want to really experience the latest immersive AV experiences while you’re at InfoComm 2022? Check out these amazing integrated experience tours !
Immersive experiences combine technology, storytelling, and space to communicate messages, educate, or entertain.
Fueled by the pandemic over the past year and a half, higher education has seen a major shift in how they deliver classes and content to students and staff. During InfoComm 2021, you can learn about the multiple different ways that universities and colleges are managing the process successfully.
Voice technology can be an effective tool in enhancing a digital signage experience by adding ease and reducing friction.
From applications such as wayfinding, virtual receptionists, and communicating safety measures, to new touchless solutions such as voice control & gesture commands, digital signage will bring us to the future in an immersive & entertaining way. At InfoComm 2021, we'll have a program called D=SIGN dedicated to digital signage. Read about some of the sessions.
Is there really a shift away from hardware to software solutions and, if so, when and how does it make sense?
When the audio isn’t good, the audience perceives the overall quality of your broadcast or stream isn’t good. You can have audio without video, but not video without audio.
Businesses large and small are having to learn how to survive and adapt through the pandemic. For AV professionals, particularly those in the hard-hit live events industry, it’s a supremely challenging time. The following round-up of sessions from InfoComm 2020 Connected offers some guidance and inspiration for industry members during these difficult times.
Higher education paved the way for remote communications as it accelerated during the pandemic and AV played a key role in making that distance learning possible. Today, hybrid classrooms and smart campuses are the new standard. Hear about the possibilities during the Learning sessions at InfoComm 2022
Our all women panel of AV experts discussed identifying the tools and best practices to achieve better equity.
Education inequality became even more of an issue during the pandemic as students and educators were forced to switch to remote learning. However in spite of the sometimes very large, and somewhat cumbersome bureaucracy of many higher education institutions, they were able to very quickly react to provide the necessary technology to continue education.
In today’s difficult economic climate, it’s imperative to increase your knowledge and learn new skills. Today’s workforce needs to be agile so that they can remain competitive. Management needs to mentor staff and provide a positive climate and strategy for training. Companies need to adapt quickly to rapidly changing conditions.
Early in the pandemic as the world shut down, we rushed to convert to an all-virtual world. AV technology was key to supporting that challenge. Now offices, classrooms, and spaces are either open or starting to open, but with new design strategies and implementations. AV technology again plays a key role in these new environments.
Streaming has become ubiquitous and so have the platforms that can be used, making it more complex to determine the right fit. You need to consider both the stream itself, but also how it’s being consumed.
During InfoComm 2020 Connected, Sasha Harris-Cronin of BBI Engineering and Maria Mortati of Maria Mortati Experience Design discussed how interactive and immersive elements in museums and public spaces will need to adapt due to concerns over health and safety. Their session produced some very thoughtful questions from attendees.