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United Therapeutics’ BioWall Exhibits Scientific Videos for Public Enjoyment
When the Montgomery County parks and Planning Commission agreed to allow the company to expand their campus, it came with the caveat that a space would be created to better the community as part of the build.

Remote, Tabletop Microphones Replace Ceiling Mics for Superior Sound Quality
During quarterly earning reports, IBERIABANK's New Orleans location was experiencing problems with ambient noise disrupting audio conferences. They replaced their ceiling microphones with tabletop solutions to try to improve sound quality.

Lighting System Allows for Corporate Office to Focus on Production
AWeber Communications is a forward-thinking company that has shown that one can improve employee productivity by giving them a well-it, fun place to work. Their Lutron control solution plays a big part in their success.

Monster ‘X’ Display Video Wall Built With Speed and Precision
When Monster.com decided to build a video wall in the atrium off the lobby in their new headquarters. The problem was that they had a five week deadline to show the system off to their Board of Directors.

Dual-Sided, MultiTouch Video Wall Gives Advertising Agency Impressive Presentation Abilities
When Lowe CE moved to their new Detroit office, they needed an impressive video system to present to clients. BlueWater Technologies helped them install a unique dual-sided video wall with astounding content management abilities.

NYC Advertising Firm Integrates Giant Video Display System in New Corporate Office
When Havas needed a system to display presentations for bus advertisements, Verrex helped them to install a tri-screen projection system in main presentation room.

Inside a Decision to Greet Visitors with a Big, Bold Video Wall
When Raven Industries needed a cutting edge video display system for ITS corporate lobby IT called on Christie and ITS MicroTile technology. The angled display system highlights the company's mission to stay on the forefront of technological advancement.

Interactivity Hits the Big Screen
Trade shows are where people get to see cutting-edge AV technologies in action, and that was the case at last year’s InfoComm Show, in June in Orlando, where display manufacturer Planar teamed up with interactive design, software, and user experience (UX) developer IdentityMine to show how large-scale, interactive digital signage can be made accessible to human-sized hands.

Boston Convention & Exhibition Center Goes Big, Tall And Wide With Digital Signage
Like a growing number of civic and convention centers, the Boston Convention &Exhibition Center (BCEC) on Summer Street in the Seaport District, and the Hynes Convention Center downtown in Boston's Back Bay, have networks of digital signs. The BCEC currently has 31 plasma displays and the John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center (a.k.a. "the Hynes") has 21, all strategically placed in public areas inside the facilities. But the BCEC, which opened in 2004 and is the largest convention center in New England, is the first, and still the only convention center with a larger Digital Display Program, consisting of a marquee media tower outside, and a video wall inside.

Dialing Up a Robust Communication Solution
After Fortune 500 company Henkel acquired Dial to expand its personal care and household cleaning market, it enlisted the help of integrator Level 3 Audio Visual (L3AV) to outfit the sprawling corporate campus in Scottsdale, Ariz., with a Crestron control system to manage, monitor and control global video conferencing (VC) systems, campus-wide AV distribution, digital signage, as well as shades and drapes throughout the property.

NAMM Gets Creative to Solve Acoustical Issues for the TEC Awards
See how NAMM provided a quality sound experience for the TEC awards despite acoustical issues at the site's location. The chosen acoustical solution consisted of 200 custom GeerFab MultiZorber panels, each measuring approximately 4 x 9-1/2 feet and made of lightweight, acoustically absorbent substrate material wrapped in a black fabric. These were strategically mounted on rigging points throughout the venue to combat sound difficulties.

Securing the Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty has a new, IP-based digital security camera system, installed after Hurricane Sandy badly damaged the infrastructure of the historic landmark.

Using Media Servers to Create Stellar Projection Mapping
Media servers are the devices that will help you create memorable projection mapping presentations. Versatile and useful, media servers are a vital tool for any presentation that takes messaging to the next level.

Lighting Control Plan Helps Company Achieve Maximum Savings
When engineering firm Glumac moved into a new building it made a point of enacting a lighting control practice that not only saved it money, but that improved its workspace for its employees. This was achieved by using a combination of Lutron's wireless Quantum Total Light Management system allowing switches, photocells, and vacancy/occupancy sensors to be placed anywhere in just seconds and Lutron's Hyperion solar-adaptive automated window shade system which brings outside daylight levels of up to 10,000 foot-candles down to a pleasant 25 foot-candles indoors and prevents glare.

HD Videoconferencing and Lecture Capture System Connects 19 Campuses
Distance learning at its best. Dalhouse University built an A/V system to connect 19 campuses with high-definition face to face lecture capture and videoconferencing capability and high quality audio visual technology.




Whether it be for presentations, collaborations, or videoconferencing purposes, audio and video play a huge part in our daily meetings. Our Partner Resource explains how to fix problems with and improve your audiovisual system.