After the successful introduction of the Christie Roadie 4K40-RGB and Mirage 4K40-RGB laser projectors at InfoComm in June, these pioneers projectors are hitting the road with their next stop set to be Integrate this August.
We know that putting together a great entry isn’t a quick process – there’s research and evidence gathering required – and maybe even approval stages. That’s why Integrate media partner, AV Magazine in the UK have given you more time.
The power of audio to influence behaviour has been known for decades. Find out how retailers are using custom audio to engage customers, drive sales and enrich the in-store experience.
Gaming has come a long way since the days of 8-bit plumbers and the gorillas that threw barrels at those unassuming tradesmen. And it’s not just the graphics that have changed. Internet connectivity and in-game networking have improved to the point at which engaging your favourite multiplayer against interstate or overseas friends is the norm. In this joint Integrate and Connected Magazine piece, we explore about how the rise of eSports has led to opportunities for AV systems inegrators and what’s the the game plan.
The new ARCS family is a powerful concentrate of L-Acoustics technology, integrating best practices from across the entire product range, in an approachable, compact format that offers unlimited versatility. And this year you can experience them at full volume in an exclusive demos at Integrate.
Sunshine Coast University Hospital has been outfitted with a complete AMX by Harman networked AV control solution to support dynamic technology shifts in modern hospital care. The project was managed and delivered by Rutledge AV and CHW Consulting in conjunction with avt, the Harman distributor in Australia.
For some it’s all about the music, others the geo-political politics, but Eurovision is an opportunity for the best AV technicians in the world to showcase their work on a global platform and represent their country’s AV expertise.
The demand for flexible work has seen an explosive rise in collaborative workspaces. Smart AV providers can capitalise on the trend. Find out how one AV company is doing it successfully.
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.
You can now sign up for Level III: Advanced Training in Video Distribution, High Dynamic Range and Calibration this July in Sydney with ISF.