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Multi-Sensory Storytelling In Paradise
Take a tour of the Polynesian Cultural Center’s amazing 4D multimedia experience at its Hawaiian Journey Theater in Oahu, a former IMAX theater that has been transformed with AV tech and special effects into an active volcano that screens movies.
By Judith Rubin

Published March 2014 |
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Experiential Learning
Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry makes learning fun and exciting with its interactive Future Energy Chicago exhibit, which combines AV technology with cooperative gaming to teach visitors about tomorrow’s energy solutions.
By Martin Palicki

Published March 2014 |
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Designing Government For The People
Dallas’ Wylie Civic Center recently opened a 45,000-square-foot city hall and city council meeting chamber, augmented with a 44,000-square-foot recreation center and a 47,000-square-foot library.
By Dan Daley

Published February 2014 |
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High Redundancy, High Reliability
Calgary, Canada’s Emergency Operations Center is the multi-agency coordination center in any large-scale emergency. Here we explore the high redundancy AV within the center’s 10 rooms.
By Jim Stokes

Published February 2014 |
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Air Canada’s SOC Takes Off
Advanced developed a design that supports the conventional network operations center and also lets employees move from the purposely intense environment of the SOC into a completely different setting.
By Dan Daley

Published January 2014 |
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Business Evolution By Design
Extensive, diverse, easy-to-use AV, including conferencing, IPTV HD networking, videowalls and interactive touchscreens in various room configurations, are...
By Jim Stokes

Published December 2013 |
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Close Connections
Videoconferencing can provide any number of crucial benefits to a business, but smaller organizations often are unable to afford top-of-the-line technology....
By Wendy Ellis

Published December 2013 |
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Soccer Challenge
Toyota Field is a soccer-specific stadium with expandable capacity from 8000 to 18,000, which posed a unique challenge to integrate.
By Jim Stokes

Published November 2013 |
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Winnipeg’s Blue Bombers Kick It Up
The CFL and the University of Manitoba agreed to share construction costs and usage of the $200 million (CD) facility, which included the acoustic challenge of an open-air stadium with a complicated roof structure.
By R. David Read

Published November 2013 |
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MOA Gets BLU
The Radisson Blu Hotel is the only hotel physically connected to the MOA, making a strong AV presence vital.
By Jim Stokes

Published October 2013 |
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From Historic Bank To Modern-Day Eatery
The historic bank was transformed into a modern-day dining-out eatery while preserving the look and ambience of the past.
By Jim Stokes

Published October 2013 |
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AV Offers All The Sports You Can Handle
CleanMedia’s extensive systems help the bar fulfill its promise to its most loyal sports fans.
By Dawn Allcot

Published October 2013 |
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AV Takes To The Rails
AV Takes To The Rails
Norfolk & Southern Railway installed an extensive AV system into railway cars to support the railway’s Operation Lifesaver program.
By R. David Read

Published October 2013 |
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Connecting With A President
Exclusive look at the extensive AV technology applications in the innovative exhibits at the Bush Library and Museum in Dallas TX, on the campus of Southern Methodist University.
By Judith Rubin

Published September 2013 |
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Big Bang
The Big Bang
Planetarium systems are a niche where, like any other tightly knit culture, breaking in can be a bit nerve wracking for systems integrators. Modern planetariums achieve the illusion of the universe by utilizing projection platforms that mimic the placement and movement of the stars and planets.
By Dan Daley

Published September 2013 |
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SRB
The House That Pain Built
SRB night club strives to maintain the high energy level of the Brooklyn NY live music and dance venue via professional sound and lighting systems.
By Jim Stokes

Published September 2013 |
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DC Law Firm Takes First Step
Baker & McKenzie is a STEP-accredited project, created to effectively implement the power management plan to save energy. A central database captures real-time power statistics for reporting and analysis.
By Jim Stokes

Published August 2013 |
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American Water
American Water Flows Data
American Water transformed how it monitors and manages the security of its operations with two spaces to view data.
By Dan Daley

Published August 2013 |
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Sub-Zero and Wolf Turn The Heat Up
Sub-Zero and Wolf Turn The Heat Up
Sub-Zero and Wolf is launching into the future with digital AV infrastructure at its high-end showrooms.
By Shonan Noronha, EdD

Published July 2013 |
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Enhancing The Retail Experience
Enhancing The Retail Experience
FGL Sports has integrated an innovative digital retail experience for the customer in FGL's Sport Chek flagship store.
By Jim Stokes

Published July 2013 |
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No Escaping It
No Escaping It
Hawaii's largest travel retailer is creating exciting shopping experiences with the latest visual technologies.
By Vince Mitchell

Published July 2013 |
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Ovation Hall Revs Up
Ovation Hall Revs Up
The Revel Resort and Casino's Ovation Hall had to give the casino the flexibility to host a wide range of entertainment types, from music concerts to circus extravaganzas, all while on a budget.
By Dan Daley

Published June 2013 |
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Law School
High Definition Law School
A significant decrease in admissions has sparked increased implementation of advanced AV technology and platforms in education to not only enhance educational productivity, but the schools' competitiveness among peers, as well.
By Dan Daley

Published May 2013 |
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AV DELIGHT
Culinary & AV Delight
Niagara County Community College's new Culinary Institute location overlooks Niagara Falls and features extensive AV support.
By Dawn Allcot

Published May 2013 |
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Wallenburg
Wallenberg Hall Brings Mission Control To Students
Stanford's Wallenberg Hall classrooms have been designed and outfitted with...
By Dan Nelson, CTS-D, RCDD

Published May 2013 |
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Volunteer Friendly, Awe-Inspiring
Volunteer Friendly, Awe-Inspiring
Special circumstances and a training treat made the move seamless and fun for all involved.
By Dawn Allcot

Published April 2013 |
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RBC Goes Digital
RBC Goes Digital
Riverside Baptist Church took a quantum leap in upgrading its AV by going from analog to digital..
By Jim Stokes

Published April 2013 |
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Emergency Ops
Three Museums Become One
A three-company design team creates AV technology in five halls of Dallas' new Museum of Nature and Science, a merger of three museums.
By Joe Kleiman

Published March 2013 |
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Emergency Ops
How Digital Conversion Freed The Hobbit
We examine how digital technology development has made a first-run distribution and market convergence not only possible, but relatively painless.
By Joe Kleiman & Judith Rubin

Published March 2013 |
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Emergency Ops
Hurricane Damage
An updated look into the integrator's repairs of IAC HQ infrastructure damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
By Robin Goldman

Published March 2013 |
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Emergency Ops
Naval Command
Multiple advanced visualization systems, including 4K, enhance collaboration at NUWC and SOUTHCOM, and change the way high-resolution visual data is interpreted.
By Jim Stokes

Published February 2013 |
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Emergency Ops
Emergency Ops
Greene County MO's disaster-proof Public Safety Center, complete with tornado-proof missile-impact rated windows, uses AV design and integration to cover and protect an...
By Jim Stokes

Published January 2013 |
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Medical Research Advances
Medical Research Advances
AIndiana University (IU) Health Neuroscience Center's Goodman Hall, a first-of-its kind facility in the state, standardizes AV and serves a six-level, 270,000-square-foot clinical...
By Jim Stokes

Published January 2013 |
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D&A Harmony
D&A Harmony
AMEC Oil & Gas Americas needed to upgrade and simplify its AV systems for two different Houston locations. IAV was tasked to find a solution that moved the client into digital technology, while...
By Jim Stokes

Published December 2012 |
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Brooklyn Rising
Brooklyn Rising
AV and mobile technologies help make the new arena an intimate setting.
By Shonan Noronha, EdD

Published November 2012 |
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Audio For Titans
Audio For Titans
The Tennessee Titans' open-air, natural-grass NFL stadium in Nashville TN was given an audio design and installation facelift.
By Jim Stokes

Published November 2012 |
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Home Court Advantage
Home Court Advantage
Whether it's a replay on the scoreboard monitors or a last-second "Hail Mary" throw, sound reinforcement for a concert or an up-close shot of a world-famous speaker, the audience won't miss anything thanks to Arlington TX-based College Park Center (CPC) AV systems.
By Jim Stokes

Published November 2012 |
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Changing Needs
Changing Needs
Acentech, the venue's original consulting and design firm, brings the facility up to today's standards for theatrical events, convocations, concerts and more.
By Dawn Allcot

Published November 2012 |
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Penn State
Penn State University Installs Major Upgrades
Challenging audio/video and IT connectivity issues, ranging from infrastructure cabling to support of an HD system and fiberoptic backbone, made Penn State University's backend installation an interesting project.
By Jeff Volk, CTS, & Chris Sullivan

Published November 2012 |
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Overnight Success
Overnight Success
When Delicious Heights, Too, updated its AV and control systems, management told systems integrator 360 Media Innovations that they could not lose a minute's worth of business, and that the project had to be completed overnight.
By Dan Daley

Published October 2012 |
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Jersey Shore Competition
East Coast Cookery, facing competition from surrounding venues, commissioned Serious Audio Video to come up with a cinemassive solution to set the sports bar/restaurant apart.
By Dawn Allcot

Published October 2012 |
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Control System Testing
Control System Testing

The user interface is arguably the most important component to any AV system. It is imperative that every single button does exactly what it is supposed to do, whether its function is obvious or not.

By James Maltese, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQT

Published Octobber 2012 |
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SET FREE
Set Free
At the Iceploration Show in Busch Gardens' Moroccan Palace theater, ice skating, multimedia, puppetry and aerial acrobatics come together to tell the story of a teenager and his grandfather as they set out on a journey around the globe.
By Martin J. Palicki

Published September 2012 |
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All That Jazz
All That Jazz
With the addition of a Jazz Theater on the third floor of the Old US Mint, acoustically the best option for the space given the room's dimensions and its proximal parallel surfaces with their potential for flutter echo, treatment tactics were critical..
By Dan Daley

Published September 2012 |
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Recreating Pearl Harbor
Recreating Pearl Harbor
The outdoor environment of Battleship Cove, the Falls River MA maritime museum that recently launched the Pearl Harbor Experience exhibit, made the work more challenging than most theme park or museum projects.
By Dawn Allcot

Published September 2012 |
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KEI HQ Enhances Communications
KEI HQ Enhances Communication
With the help of Genesis Technology, the Korean Economic Institute upgraded and expanded to provide more effective communication for the organization's various US/Korea and corresponding international relations.
By Jim Stokes

Published August 2012 |
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Family Owned Small Town Sophistication
Family Owned Small Town Sophistication
Woody's Music Audio/Video helped transform Hartville Hardware's AV system from small town charm to the needs of its new 285,000-square-foot facility.
By Jim Stokes

Published July 2012 |
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Performing Arts Center Quality
Performing Arts Center Quality
Joplin MO's Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School's facility demonstrates AV opportunities in the K-12 segment.
By Dan Daley

Published June 2012 |
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Theatre AV Flexibility
Theater AV Flexibility
transformed and is home to several innovative venues, including the New Century Theatre, a multifunctional main floor theater featuring extensive audio, video and lighting.
By Jim Stokes

Published June 2012 |
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Audio In The Clouds
Audio In The Clouds
BAI LLC helped University of Florida create an acoustical environment for many types of music, including some that combines acoustics and electronics.
By Dan Daley

Published June 2012 |
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Medical Training Is Going The Distance
Medical Training Is Going The Distance
Westbury National Show Systems provided Dalhousie University with immersive educational videoconferencing to expand its medical education program.
By Dan Daley

Published May 2012 |
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Future-Proofing Worhsip AV
Don't Shrink The Screen... Move The Wall!
ICB Audio incorporated HD projection and videoconferencing for a connected learning environment for the Carl H. Linder College of Business auditorium.
By Dan Daley

Published May 2012 |
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Ski Light
Ski Light
Assurity Design Group saved energy and labor costs for The Mountain Creek Ski Resort, while addressing safety with new lighting and AV systems.
By Don Kreski

Published May 2012 |
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Future-Proofing Worhsip AV
Future-Proofing Worship AV
Partnering with Clark and Acoustic Dimensions, Crossings Community Church upgraded AV systems in its 12-year-old sanctuary.
By Dawn Allcot

Published April 2012 |
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Cathedral Of St. Joseph's Rebirth
Cathedral Of St. Josephs's Rebrith
Cathedral of St. Joseph hired Monte Bros. Sound Systems to create a sound system for its wide range of worship services
and complex floor plan.

By Jim Stokes

Published April 2012 |
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What Shape Are You In?
What Shape Are You In?
A zero-defects installation requires everyone on the design team to perform; how well prepared are you and your team for this?
By Mario Maltese, CTS-D, CTS-I, CVE

Published March 2012 |
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4D Comes of Age
4D Comes Of Age
Mad Systems and Artisan Design apply 4D technology to offer a creative audience experience at The Capitol Theatre (Edmonton, Alberta) and the Everglades Airboat Adventure.
By Joe Kleiman & Judith Rubin

Published March 2012 |
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Night Life AV
Night Life AV
Aurora Sound & Light Design merged sound, lights and video for after-hours denizens at the 21 Bar add-on to the Dusk nightclub inside Caesars Atlantic City.
By Jim Stokes

Published March 2012 |
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LAFD Dispatch Center's Three RS
LAFD Dispatch Center's Three Rs
The Los Angeles Fire Department chose Spectrum ITC Group to serve as the AV solutions architect for its facility-wide AV technology vision, strategy, design and control system interface look and feel throughout the multi-year project.
By Jim Stokes

Published February 2012 |
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Marines' AV
Send In The Marines' AV
USMC's new Special Operations Command Center was a design/build proposition that put AV systems integrator Technical Innovation close to a complex project and helped win the battle on the programming front.
By Dan Daley

Published February 2012 |
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Exploring 21st Century Health
Exploring 21st Century Health
AV systems integrator Electrosonic provided Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Center for Total Health with the needed technology to make its corporate message fully transparent.
By Dan Daley

Published January 2012 |
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Eco-Challenge
Eco-Challenge
BBI Engineering provided the Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana CA with the technology to create its Eco Challenge exhibit to educate about ways to conserve resources.
By Martin Palicki

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Early Adopter AstraZeneca Upgrades
Early Adopter AstraZeneca Upgrades
Technology in the digital signage industry advances quickly and, West Chester PA-based AstraZeneca, an early DS adopter, called on integrator Advanced AV to revamp their system to the next...
By Dawm Allcot


Published December 2011 |
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Sharper Focus At FIU’S SIPA
Sharper Focus At FIU’S SIPA
One of the 25 largest universities in the nation, the School of International and Public Affairs of Florida International University received an AV upgrade from Miami FL-based AVI-SPL...
By Jim Stokes


Published December 2011 |
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Live Music Gets Smaller
Live Music Gets Smaller
As the music industry shifts from arenas to mid-size venues, the sound and light systems there are getting better–a trend AV systems integrators will want to take note of...
By Dan Daley


Published December 2011 |
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INTIMIDATION FACTOR IN THE BIG HOUSE
Intimidation Factor In The Big House
The largest stadium in the US and the third largest in the world, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor's Stadium gets a new round of technology updates...
By Dan Daley


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Four Star AV
Four star AV

The Peabody Orlando received a $450 million expansion/renovation from AVI-SPL featuring 1000 ceiling speakers, digital signage, videoconferencing and wireless internet.
By Jim Stokes

Published October 2011 | Read More...
Raising the Bar
Raising the bar

JD Systems played a critical role in the design and creation of sports bars such as Central Park in Union County NJ; the audio and video allows fans to feel as if they are a part of the action.
By Dawn Allcot

Published October 2011 | Read More...
Screen Culture
Screen Culture

The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria NY has undergone
a ground floor redesign, and three-story addition, doubling the
size of the existing building.
By Jim Stokes

Published September 2011 | Read More...
Walsh Group
Walsh Group Goes Green (Again)

SOCB's design transformed a concrete-framed, brick-clad structure in Chicago's West Loop into a 60,350-square-foot (potential) LEED Platinum building.
By Jim Stokes

Published August 2011 | Read More...
Haute Couture With Video
Haute Couture With Video

Inside its Madison and Fifth Avenue NYC location, the high-end Calvin Klein Collection has set a trend of elegance with a simple, yet sophisticated, videowall for other markets to pursue.
By Shonan Noronha, EdD

Published July 2011 | Read More...
Opening Night Drama
Opening Night Drama

A classic "behind-the-stage curtains" drama told from the integrator and venue perspectives, following AV design/install company Commercial Audio's work on the new Celebration Music Theatre in Surfside Beach SC.
By Jim Stokes

Published June 2011 | Read More...
AV Meets Fine Art
AV Meets Fine Art

Effectively incorporating aesthetic concerns in the AV components integration process, an extensive audiovisual install complements the Sacramento CA-based Crocker Art Museum's 125,000-square-foot expansion.
By Jim Stokes

Published June 2011 | Read More...
Crowning Achievement
Crowning Achievement

Visionary teamwork enables inner-city educational opportunity, with two schools sharing one building.
By Dawn Allcot

Published May 2011 | Read More...
Symphony In A Gym
Symphony In A Gym

Drury University's new sports arena hosts everything from Division 2 collegiate basketball games to symphonies and comedy shows.
By Dawn Allcot

Published May 2011 | Read More...
ACES
Coming Up Aces

Lessons were learned while future-proofing Towson University's College of Liberal Arts.
By Jim Stokes

Published May 2011 | Read More...
Audio Heaven
Audio Heaven

Third Church, a traditional Presbyterian house of worship in Rochester NY, underwent a $5.4 million, 10-month renovation encompassing a revamped sanctuary and new sound systems.
By Dawn Allcot

Published April 2011 | Read More...
Microsoft Technolgy Station
Spirits Soar

Flexibility characterizes the AV and lighting install in the new multi-purpose theater at the Church of the Highlands in Birmingham/Grants Mill AL.
By Jim Stokes

Published April 2011 | Read More...
Microsoft Technolgy Station
Small Budget Challenge

When the contemporary Christian Sea Coast Grace Church in Cypress CA completed its new sanctuary, the church got the most value for its dollar with separate designers, installers and...
By Dawn Alcot

Published April 2011 | Read More...
Microsoft Technolgy Station
92 Seconds On Skull Island

King Kong 360 3-D, an immersive, multimedia experience, features a gigantic 3D projection system with two 187-foot-wide
by 40-foot-high screens within a football-field-sized soundstage.
By Judith Rubin

Published March 2011 | Read More...
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Explorers Wanted

An exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center visitor complex in Cape Canaveral FL, Exploration Space: Explorers Wanted, seeks to stimulate visitors' imaginations by combining live theater, interactive exhibits and projected media.
By Judith Rubin

Published March 2011 | Read More...
Microsoft Technolgy Station
An Odd Year

While the US economy sputtered along, and more traditional parks offering basic thrill rides had a challenging year, two powerhouse theme park entities unveiled block-buster, AV-infused attractions.
By Martin Palicki


Published March 2011 |
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Microsoft Technolgy Station
Signage Flies High

The new digital signage network at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas NV features a 100-screen videowall in the...

Published February 2011

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Witness The Difference

The Manatee County Judicial Center (Courthouse) in Bradenton FL features AV in 19 courtrooms, five hearing rooms, a...

Published February 2011

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Microsoft Technolgy Station
Disney's Latest Wow!

Disney’s creative and technology magicians have orchestrated a marvelous feat in World of Color...

Published January 2011

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Microsoft Technolgy Station
Higher Education Goes Global.

Most audiovisual integrators find themselves in the position of having to stay within a strict budget for projects...

Published January 2011

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Microsoft Technolgy Station
‘Envisioning’ Excellence

Ravenswood Studio provides environmental design work and experiential settings for hundreds of customers, as varied as The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago...

Published December 2010

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Seal Of Honor

The new Navy SEAL Heritage Center (SHC) had its official ribbon cutting ceremony on September 28 at the Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story in...

Published December 2010

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Meadowlands Stadium
HD Stadium

The New Meadowlands Stadium is the first in the United States built to serve as the home field for two National Football...

Published November 2010

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Saint LOGO
We Are The Champions

New Orleans’ Champions Square may be close enough to sit in the shadow of the Superdome, but this tailgate...

Published November 2010

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Conference In Comfort

With more than 20,000 square feet of conference/meeting and banquet space, the Comfort Suites/Rock Garden Hotel and...

Published October 2010

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Tasty & Tantalizing

What happens when renowned nightclub owners decide to open a sports bar, and call on experts in nightclub sound system design and sports bar video systems to help create the...

Published Octoboer 2010

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BWW Gives You Wings

From CNN news to ESPN sports to NTN trivia, Buffalo Wild Wings (BWW) offers a plethora of media choices along with a bar and a restaurant for friends and family to...

Published October 2010

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Start Your Engines

AV is right at home in the brand new NASCAR Hall
of Fame in Charlotte NC. The sights and sounds
of stock car racing are brought to...


Published September 2010

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We're All Connected

As telecommuting becomes more common as a way for employers to cut costs and reduce their carbon footprint—taking one step closer to a “green” office...

Published August 2010

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‘Like No Other Store’

This time, in line with the issue’s theme of Retail Environments, we’re detailing the evolution of three in-store, first-floor display areas within a first-floor renovation...

Published July 2010

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Aamped On Broadway

Tony-nominated American Idiot is one of Broadway’s most technologically advanced musicals...

Published June 2010

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History Repeats Itself

When they enter the 2800-seat auditorium for a show, visitors to the newly refurbished St. George Theatre in Staten Island NY...

Published June 2010

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World Class Opera

The construction of a “from the ground up” opera house is a rare occasion, and particularly so in the United States. Dallas TX embarked on such an endeavor and...

Published June 2010

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Swiss Army Auditorium

The room really has to be a Swiss Army Knife to be able to do all the various things that happens in there,” declared Scott Hagebak, Operations Director of Centennial Student Union (CSU)...

Published May 2010

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Planning Success

A multimedia renovation involving three identical classrooms and a videoconferencing classroom within the Lamoureux building, home of the Faculty of Education...

Published May 2010

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Elevated Spirits

Elevation Church, a multisite house-of-worship venue, achieves a more consistent performance from newly installed audiovisual systems in its first permanent location in a Charlotte NC suburb...

Published April 2010

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Closer To Heaven

Wobbling projectors, disastrous wiring and lack of adequate routing were some of the major foibles that Logic Integration (Englewood CO) corrected with its new...

Published April 2010

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The Integration Of Church And State

The City of Novato sits 25 miles north of San Francisco CA. With a population just under 50,000 people...

Published March 2010

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Elvis Lives

At the new Cirque du Soleil show, Viva ELVIS, there is a similar undercurrent of concern: People want to be sure that this is the show Elvis would have wanted...

Published March 2010

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4D History

Visitors to the World War II Museum in New Orleans LA might be amazed to find such a technology-laden attraction amid all the battered relics...

Published March 2010

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Oasis Of The Seas
In the world of themed entertainment development, there is
a tendency mentally to partition off the cruise ship industry...


Published March 2010

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Supreme Court Challenge

Our stereotypes of courtrooms might envision that they
are cut-and-dried operations, more out of the film versions
of Charles Dickens and...


Published February 2010

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Digital Signage For Olympic Masses

Twice every four years—in the Summer and Winter—an opportunity arises for commercial systems integrators to contribute to history as part of the team that builds...

Published February 2010

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Protect And Serve

Are you ready for some police action? We’ve got it for you: a bank robbery, an ATM break-in, possible terrorism and more. Is it a TV cop show or a high-tension movie?

Published January 2010

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Advancing Healthcare

Washington State University’s Intercollegiate College of Nursing (ICN) has a new facility on the Riverpoint campus in Spokane.

Published January 2010

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Fertile Territory

A song from a famous musical begins, "Everything's up to date in Kansas Vity. They've gone about as far as they can go. "And the lyric aptly applies to the world's largest LCD flat-panel screen...

Published December 2010

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After Design And Installing, What's Next?

“Commissioning is a systematic process of ensuring that the building systems perform according to the design intent...

Published December 2009

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Texas-Sized Grandeur

Located deep in the heart of Texas and as big as the Lone Star state’s vast real estate, the brand new $1 billion-plus Dallas Cowboys Stadium is by far the largest, AV advanced sports..
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Published November 2009

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Hoosier Basketball Landmark

Never let it be said that the residents of Indiana don’t take their basketball games seriously.

Published November 2009

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Be Our Guest

Several centuries ago, Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon discovered Florida. However...

Published October 2009

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Works Of Art

AV was used to integrate and support The Art Institute of Chicago’s (AIC’s) new Modern Wing, which opened in mid May.

Published September 2009

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