Content Distribution and Media
Content Distribution & MediaStreaming media, storage, and distribution are at the center of AV and IT convergence. Content distribution and media are a pivotal part of the integrated experience , making this an important, and sizeable, part of our industry. Examine all you need to know about this growing area of AV – and the opportunities it holds.
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Il webinar si propone di offrire ai partecipanti gli elementi e gli strumenti per la progettazione di un videowall in tre diverse modalità applicative: Sale Comando e Controllo, Sale Riunioni e Digital Signage. L'obiettivo è di trasferire le competenze e le best-practice necessarie alla progettazione e alla realizzazione di un videowall per ogni tipologia di applicazione, tenendo conto delle finalità espresse dal cliente finale. Webinar a cura di Guido Villa, CEO&President, AGMULTIVISION, e Tiziano Testoni, AV Designer Engineer, AGMULTIVISION.
Global demonstrations and activism against systemic racism continue to remind us that we’re still not including enough voices in our work and enterprises. In this episode of the TIDE Generator Podcast Kirsten Nelson is joined by Wiena Lin, Creative Director with Public Good Labs; Mary Franck, Creative Director with ESI Design, an NBBJ Studio, and Senior Experiential Media Producer Daniel White to examine of how we can expand storytelling through transmedia design — telling stories using multiple mediums and reflecting multiple voices. Discussion Links: InfoComm 2020 Connected: Engagement Through Socially Conscious Design https://infocomm.onlineeventpro.freeman.com/live-stream/15337440/Engagement-Through-Socially-Conscious-Design Path for Progress Pledge https://www.pathforprogress.org/campaign/pledge/ Subscribe to the new TIDE Generator Podcast on: Anchor - https://bit.ly/2yAWbwt Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2SIq3hs
“riParti con AVIXA” è una serie di appuntamenti tra il fisico e il virtuale per iniziare la giornata prendendo un caffè con l’Italian Advisory Group di AVIXA e le imprese protagoniste della ripartenza, condividendo storie di cambiamento e idee di innovazione. In questa puntata Adriano D'Alessio intervisterà Marco Betti e Marco Arcangeli di AVS Group, per scoprire più da vicino la realtà italiana degli eventi live, dall’idea alla messa in pratica, dalla realizzazione del progetto alla gestione tecnica.
We all miss seeing people right now, and in the AV, events and experiential marketing industries, that feeling is particularly acute when it comes to business. But event producers and technologists are using this challenging time to innovate. And with that powerful opportunity comes an important question —what was it we liked best about events? And how can we use the new technologies that we’re just beginning to change events to create more memorable connections when people do gather in person again? TIDE Generator Host Kirsten Nelson talks with Adekambi Laleye, Key Accounts with klik and Safeteams and David Title, Partner with Bravo Media, to talk about new and evolving uses of technology for virtual and in-person events.
In 2020, Broadcast Beat, a well-known live-streaming and production company in Miami, Florida, wanted to update their studios. They wanted to get rid of a lot of things that were holding them back from a production standpoint, and they wanted to incorporate pan-tilt-zoom cameras. How did they get this done? Read more about this project: https://www.avixa.org/av-topics/articles/ip-based-broadcast-video-production-using-robotic-cameras
Subscribe to the new TIDE Generator Podcast on: Anchor - https://bit.ly/2yAWbwt Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2SIq3hs * * * Introducing TIDE Generator from AVIXA, a biweekly series of conversations on the built environment hosted by Kirsten Nelson. This week, AV&C’s David Bianciardi and Arup's Gideon D'Arcangelo dive into a question many experience designers are asking: What should we build next? Read more about experience design and the built environment from TIDE contributors at https://bit.ly/2A63RHB.
Una analisi approfondita delle tecnologie di estensione e distribuzione del segnale AV, con un particolare focus sull'Over IP, i suoi punti di forza e le sue differenze rispetto alle tecnologie AV più classiche. In collaborazione con Lindy. Webinar a cura di Andrea Vanin, Technical Sales Account, Lindy. In collaborazione con Lindy.
As museums begin to reopen at limited capacity with safety protocols in place, most of the usual ways of connecting are eliminated, and we’re getting a chance to see what can move people on a sensory level, even with these limitations in place. TIDE Generator Host Kirsten Nelson talks with two renowned museum exhibit experience designers and technologists, Sasha Harris-Cronin, Principal, BBI Engineering and Maria Mortati, Principal Consultant, Maria Mortati Experience Design to find out more about the new ways we can use interactive technology in these spaces.
With more devices connected to the network, increased wireless access, and greater content and data volume, the complexity and number of endpoints to secure becomes daunting.
The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California is home to the greatest vehicles in history through an exceptionally designed facility. How is the curation of these vehicles enhanced? Through the use of integrated audiovisual technologies. Hear from those who brought the experience to life. What can AV do for you? http://avixa.org
The first step in getting the most out of your gear is to evaluate your existing tech to understand what is working and what can be fixed. When it’s time to upgrade, consider how to future-proof your next hardware purchase.
Gli ambienti produttivi si stanno evolvendo, dando sempre più spazio all'intelligenza artificiale e sistemi connessi per la raccolta e l'analisi dei dati. Questa evoluzione si accompagna a esigenze di comunicazione sul posto di lavoro e con ambienti e operatori remoti. Le tecnologie Audio Video sono essenziali per la creazione di una user experience che massimizzi i risultati delle innovazioni di processo. Webinar a cura di Roberto Vogliolo, CTO SCAI DOOH.IT In collaborazione con SIEC
When we hear the word interactive, it’s easy to immediately think about technology or the way we interface with it. But interactivity begins with humans and is in fact an extension of the gestures, spontaneity, and engagement we use to gather an understanding of the world around us. In this episode of TIDE Generator, podcast host Kirsten Nelson talks with Toshi Hoo, Director of the Emerging Media Lab at the Institute for the Future and Sundar Raman, Director of Technology with the Museum of the Future about creating the ideal balance of technological novelty and more analog forms of interactivity. Can we create more meaningful engagement by not letting technology get in the way of the narrative?
High-quality content capture requires starting with the distribution method in mind. We’ll look at considerations for designing the right interface as well as the sizing and layout of videos for display and streaming. Plus, ways to overcome challenges when the content already exists and must be adapted across multiple screens.
Subscribe to the new TIDE Generator Podcast on: Anchor - https://bit.ly/2yAWbwt Spotify - https://spoti.fi/2SIq3hs *** How can community organizations create new opportunities for careers in the AV and media arts worlds? And how can public art foster more connections through multimedia? Joining us for this episode of TIDE Generator to talk about a bringing a long-needed realignment on diversity and inclusion to media arts are Chris Hope, Executive Director and Co-Founder of The Loop Lab and Elisa Hamilton, Socially Engaged Multimedia Artist, who are currently collaborating for the launch of the Jukebox public art project with the Cambridge Foundry.