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Entertainment Innovation 

By Daniel Keller

With the popularity of theme parks and themed entertainment venues at an all-time high, the designers and proprietors of these establishments have done what any business would do when faced with the prospect of an oversaturated market...

Picture This:
Streaming 2.0
 

By Jeff Sauer

There was a time a few years ago during the dot-com boom...

Multimedia Presentations Bring Lincoln to Life 

For decades, more than 47,000 original documents and artifacts related to the life and times of Abraham Lincoln were housed underneath the Old State Capitol in downtown Springfield, Ill., where they were inaccessible to all but a few researchers and scholars. With the completion of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in 2005, the general public can now view many of these items for the first time. In addition, multimedia presentations, seminars, web casts, and satellite broadcasts can be made from the Lincoln Presidential Library to students and other participants all over the world....

Fiber vs. Copper  

By Bennett Liles

Is there actually a conflict between conveyance media? Listening to the traditional rhetoric, one might think that there is a war going on...

The Next Killer App 

By Brad Gleeson

New industries evolve; they don't emerge overnight. The digital signage industry has reached the stage in its evolution. People are talking because virtually everyone notices the impact of high-resolution digital displays in an airport, a mall...

A Brain Shift 

By Rashid Skaf
Executive Vice President, AMX Corporation

The control systems industry is undergoing a face-lift. An industry once committed to developing proprietary systems has recently changed its tune and is beginning to embrace open standards in systems networking. The reason: standardization and open systems are essential to promote system and product interoperability. ...

The Buzz:
Install of the Month
 

By Daniel Keller

Wannado City Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Kids' Stuff Wannado City opened its doors at Fort Lauderdale's Sawgrass Mills Mall in August 2004. The 140,000-square...

Going the Distance 

By James A. Dias

For years, higher education institutions treated their traditional classes and distance education classes as separate entities. Each had separate rooms that were designed differently and outfitted with their own unique, specialized equipment...

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