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The Light on The Hill – The Electric Canvas map The National Carillon for Reconciliation Week

How Electric Canvas mapped the 60 metres high (and triangular) National Carillon for Reconciliation Week.

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Extron Has LinkLicense Upgrades for its SMP 111 Streaming Media Processers

Extron just announced two new LinkLicense upgrades for SMP 111 Streaming Media Processors. These LinkLicense upgrades empower Extron SMP 111 users to stream live-event broadcasts to Kaltura or Panopto video management systems. With the rise of online learning, flipped classrooms, lecture capture and virtual meetings, educational institutions and corporations can use a unified and integrated […]

Blackmagic Design Announces New Family of Control Panels

Blackmagic Design announced the all-new ATEM 2 M/E Advanced Panel and the ATEM 4 M/E Advanced Panel Friday. They’re a new family of control panels designed to work with all ATEM switchers. The ATEM Advanced Panels are large enough, so the user has dedicated controls for the largest ATEM switchers. Features included up to four […]

Biamp’s New Conference Room Audio Bundles Are Certified for Microsoft Teams

Biamp announced Friday that four new conference room audio bundles have been certified for Microsoft Teams. Each bundle includes Parlé Beamtracking microphones for the tabletop or ceiling and all the other audio gear needed to build a Teams Room. With each bundle, installers get automated system deployment and configuration and minimal cable requirements with no […]

Fender CD60CE Review

There are no doubts and no second guesses regarding Fender instrument quality. We’ve already reviewed some of its best bass guitars, like the Fender Precision Deluxe Special, as well as ... Read More

Best Guitar Accessories for Beginners 

When you buy your first guitar, you’ll soon realize that the instrument itself is just the tip of the iceberg. Whether it’s extra strings, fretboard conditioner or audio interface equipment, ... Read More

NSCA Has Some Leadership Changes — We Have the Roundup

NSCA has announced the election of a new president to its executive committee and many other leadership changes and the addition of two new officers to its board of directors for 2020-21. Mike Boettcher, CEO-PA at New Era Technology and current NSCA vice president, assumed the role of NSCA board of directors president on July […]

Lumens Releases New VC-B2U Videoconferencing Camera

Lumens just unveiled a new VC-B2U videoconferencing and UCC camera. The USB-based webcam is native 1080p@30fps and includes a 90° field-of-view. Integrated with two built-in omnidirectional microphones, one located on each side of the camera, it can capture sound from a distance of 3.6-meters. The VC-B2U is compatible with Zoom, Skype, Google Meet or Microsoft […]

Robe for Lux Partum Art Installation

A recent multimedia art installation in Berlin showcased Robe fixtures and allowed online viewers to combine their own LX / video states.

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Meet the AVIXA Foundation Scholarship Recipients on This Video Interview With Gary Kayye

The AVIXA Foundation, the charitable arm of the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association (aka: AVIXA — aka: the InfoComm people), is pleased to announce the recipients of its three 2020 scholarships. Esmeralda Monroig, a recent graduate of Lincoln Technical Institute, has been awarded the Mosaic Scholarship. Iris Douka, a student at New York City College […]

SYNNEX’s VISUALSolv Healthcare Day: In Case You Missed It

Maybe you actually attended SYNNEX’s first-ever VISUALSolv Healthcare Day, part of the “SYNNEX VISUALSolv LAVNCH Days” series, yesterday — in which case you can ignore our headline. However, if you DID miss it, a day of virtual sessions focused exclusively on AV in healthcare, I give you this wrapup. Kicking off the event was SYNNEX’s […]

Bringing Signals Indoors: How In-Building DAS Works

If you’ve ever tried using your smartphone in a building with lots of low-E glass, concrete or steel, you know that outdoor wireless licensed RF signals (600 MHz to 2700 MHz) don’t travel well through those building materials as they attempt to move indoors. The result: poor coverage, which can make it difficult (if not impossible) for you to use your device. Indoor coverage can also be impacted by large numbers of users and the data they consume.

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