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Fluid Technology 
By Ellen Lampert-Gréaux
Next month, the Themed Entertainment Association will celebrate the 16th annual THEA awards at Universal Studios, Hollywood, honoring 12 themed environment projects from across the globe. TEA President Steve Thorburn points out that the predominant theme this year is a maturation in the use of technology...

Entertaining Installations 
By Cynthia Wisehart
The Themed Entertainment Association celebrates the 16th annual THEA awards in a few weeks...

Focus on the Built Environment 
Provided by InfoComm International
Over the past several years, InfoComm has developed a number of programs and resources to help its members create business opportunities with building professionals...

Groundhog Day, Revisited 
By George Petersen
While the weather outside may be frightful, February marks a great midwinter point for some (indoor) contemplation. It's a time to assess your business needs for 2010 and get your inventory in shape for better times in the months ahead...

Arena Stage, Washington, D.C., Part 2 
By Brad Hathaway
When the Mead Center for the American Theatre—Arena Stage’s revitalized three-theater campus in Washington, D.C.—holds its gala opening later this year, it will be the culmination of the planning, balancing, testing, and installation efforts....

The Art of Acoustics 
By Ellen Lampert-Gréaux
Leading acoustician Mark Holden of JaffeHolden has been instrumental in the renovation process at Lincoln Center...

Department of Interior's National Indian Programs Training Center, Albuquerque, N.M.  

There probably isn't any tougher assignment for audiovisual equipment than in centers of education and training. Classes, meetings, and events every day, throughout the day (and evenings) mean that the AV equipment is in continuous use...

Recording Ministries 
By Trevor Boyer
The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, directed by Carol Cymbala, has won six Grammy Awards for Best Gospel Choir or Chorus Album, most recently for Live ... This is Your House in 2004...

HDMI Makes Its Way into Pro AV Systems 
Provided by InfoComm International
HDMI was, until recently, more known in consumer AV than in pro AV systems. HDMI is one flavor of digital video technology that holds the promise of a single cable for audio, video, and data...

Digital Debut 
By Cynthia Wisehart
About 18 months ago, Scott Hetzler, president/chief Engineer at Contemporary Research, zeroed in on the need for a pro-AV-grade digital HDTV modulator...

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