Residential AV Solutions
AV experiences are all about creating impact, but what do you do when space is at a premium? Take a look inside Japanese based integrator, Glance’s latest project and 2019 Asia Pacific Award winner for Best Media Room.
How can integrated technologies help those with hearing impairments? Smart Home Solutions have created an innovative home solution, voted Best Innovative System 2019 by CEDIA.
In the home sector there is a global trend towards technologies that provide ease of living. Wireless internet of things (IoT) technologies and automated gadgets are popular with consumers who are looking to connect their devices and unify their digital experience.
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to live in one of Australia’s top AV homes? Well now you can catch a glimpse over the fence with the announcement of the 2019 CEDIA Asia Pacific Awards finalists projects completed by CEDIA members.
Domestic violence is usually associated with physical or verbal altercations. But, as Connected Magazines’s Paul Skelton and Brihony Tulloch reveal, smart devices are paving the way for a new kind of spousal abuse.
CEDIA has released a new white paper focused on human-centric lighting. Quality of Light in the Home includes a deep dive into the effects of indoor lighting and color temperature and their considerations for designers and installers.
Automation in residential homes is set to rise over the next five years with AV installers advised to be ready for an automation boom.
Digital assistants are all the rage these days and they seem to live in so many places like your car radio, watches, smart phones, tablet, computers and the very popular “smart speaker” category. And now smart displays are getting in on the action, particularly in the home.
Fibaro, literally had their finger on the red button at this year’s event with an inconspicuous device that could revolutionise your life. The Fibaro Button is a compact, battery-powered, Z-Wave Plus device and scene controller, that can have different environmental actions programmed.
Grandma and Grandpa could be the next early adopters of high technology judging by IT trends showcased Integrate 2018. With voice control devices and more intuitive innovations connecting homes, the might be getting a head start on younger generations.