The virtual show presented sessions on how to integrate content, space and audiovisual technology to enrich experiences. Now these sessions are available on demand!
We asked eight talented experience designers to weigh in on the question, “How do AV integrators fit into the experience design process?”
Creating a museum of the future requires a great deal of imaginative thinking at any time. But imagine building a museum that’s all about the future when that prospect seems even more challenging to p ...
What does the AV industry and Ferrari have in common? Quite a lot according to Claus Raasted, Director at the College of Extraordinary Experiences.
How much of a sculpture is defined by what it depicts, whether it is marble or jade, or even where it stands? When it comes to creativity, form, content, and context jointly determine the viewer’s experience.
Melissa Deslauriers, Professor, Production & Staging, School of Hospitality, Conestoga College, Ontario, Canada, provided us with her thoughts on the changing role of live events based on her more than 25 years of experience.
Advertisements used to spread the word about products and services have been impacted tremendously by technological advances in recent years. A simple culmination of well-chosen words on a page or actors on a TV screen is no longer enough.
Examining a real-life project deployment reveals the most important considerations for building a unified visualization solution in a control room to facilitate mission critical decision-making.
For more than 20 years Anthony Vade, Experience Architect at Mississauga, Ontario-based FMAV, has helped event stakeholders use technology to create tangible connections with event attendees.
Lizzo’s 2019 Cuz I Love You Too tour was nothing short of spectacular. With skills that include belting out ballads, rapping, twerking, and playing the flute, there was a lot going on in terms of production.
In this episode, we chat with three experts who bring different perspectives on how 3D printing will change the way projects are built and realized.
Michelle Higa Fox is an artist and filmmaker who combines code-based visuals with handmade animation. Her work has earned her an Emmy Award for Outstanding Motion Graphics.
We asked eight designers, “What new ideas in immersive experiences are you most excited about?”
Brands are considering the use of experiential technologies that until recently seemed like a reach, but maybe now is their moment to create real connection.
View the highlights from the session, including a list of the award categories, and a brief description of each winning project.
When it became apparent in March that closure of the campuses at King’s College London (KCL) was inevitable, we faced the challenge of how to make ourselves relevant in a world that was suddenly working remotely.
Returning to the office will be different for every person, company, and location, but there are some general themes that emerged from InfoComm 2020 Connected on the topic of workplace reopening in a COVID-19 world.
Presenting during InfoComm 2020 Connected, Howard Nunes of PepperDash comments, “software programmers come in from a variety of backgrounds and skill sets.” So, what is open source? And why are programmers participating?
We need shared experiences to be fully human. In this moment, it becomes even more useful with the social distancing due to COVID and the social divisions we are experiencing.
Selecting the right microphone for your meeting rooms can be a daunting challenge. There are many options, capabilities, and price ranges. Which one is the right one?