BenQ to Showcase at InfoComm 2017
BenQ America Corp announced its product showcase for InfoComm 2017, being held June 14-16 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
VR Tech Takes Its Place in New Media Arts Program
San Jose State University’s CADRE (Computers in Art, Design, Research and Education) Laboratory for New Media Art is embracing virtual reality, specifically in relation to 3D.
Security Requirements for Distributing AV Content on the Network
Network security is a critical issue in the enterprise and, indeed, all commercial vertical markets.
Trump’s Final Budget Again Tries to Zero Out CPB, NEA
Funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, as well as the National Endowment for the Arts, is still up in the air, as the White House has released its 2018 budget proposal that again attempts to defund both organizations.
Three Reasons Experienced Integrators Embrace AV Over IP
The AV-over-IP movement started about 10 years ago when Google acquired YouTube, and ever since, the world has become obsessed with information.
NDDOT Uses VR to Teach Seat Belt Safety
As cars hit the road this summer, the North Dakota Department of Transportation is hoping a new virtual reality video can help teach people the importance of wearing their seat belts.
California Courts to Modernize With Video Tech and Chatbots
California courts have made a discerned effort to bring their operations into the 21st century, recently issuing a series of recommendations to enhance the public’s access to the court system, according to a story from the San Francisco Chronicle.
South Florida Fire Department Using Virtual Reality Training
The Coral Springs-Parkland Fire Department is strapping on VR headgear to train its students on how to deal with patients in emergency.