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2010 Judges' Award 

Brad Grimes

For a new NYC information center, VideoSonic Systems worked with GestureTek on a wayfinding system that includes three multitouch projection tables with both finger-touch and object recognition....

2010 Judges' Award 

Brad Grimes

Front-projecting onto a two-story Coke bottle isn't easy. AV integrator Dangers and its AV consultant hung projectors above the bottle, aimed down at a 40-degree angle. Don't try this without testing....

2010 Best House Of Worship AV Project 

Brad Grimes

The centerpiece of The Block student ministry venue by Mankin Media Systems is a 1,200-seat box-style theater with a 26-foot Da-Lite screen, Barco FLM HD18 18,000-lumen projector, and d&b line array....

2010 Best Hospitality AV Project 

Brad Grimes

To help the Stay Hotel stand out in Times Square, Robert Singer & Associates created a 10-story, seamless video projection system for the hotel's courtyard and a four-story system for the facade....

Fiber: The Next UTP? 

Tim Kridel

AV pros have long recognized advances in the way they can deploy fiber-optic cabling. But certain system costs have continued to hold them back from deploying fiber....

Inside InfoComm's Green AV Rating System 

Kimberly R. Griffin

Having struck out with the U.S. Green Building Council, the AV industry now aims to create its own LEED-type sustainability certification process, due out in January 2011. Here's what it entails....

2010 Best Health Care AV Project 

Brad Grimes

Sixty floors above Pittsburgh, sensors detect visitors? arrival at the Center for Connected Medicine and greet them with an interactive Flash program projected onto glass-etched automatic doors....

2010 Best Government AV Project (State & Local) 

Brad Grimes

When building a situation room for New York's City Hall, AVI-SPL and its team had to work within the confines of a 200-year-old historic building. Control systems were key to success....

2010 Best Government AV Project (Federal) 

Brad Grimes

The Army's Training and Doctrine Command called on Audio Video Systems to modernize schools at 16 installations. Due to the number of classrooms, AVS designed standard, repeatable technology systems....

2010 Best Entertainment AV Project 

Brad Grimes

Education can be entertaining. Kids visiting the Centre of the Cell biomedical science center in East London may not realize how much they're learning as they enjoy the various AV games and exhibits....

2010 Best Education AV Project (Tie) 

Brad Grimes

Anywhere to anywhere. Ask the team from Westlake Reed Leskosky where it needed to send AV signals at the Cuyahoga Community College Center for Creative Arts and that's what they'll tell you....

Genesis Integration Expands in Montreal 

PRO AV Editors

Genesis Integration announced that it would be opening its sixth office in Montreal, Quebec, in September. As part of a strategic plan for growth, the Montreal office will allow Genesis to better service its national client base....

Crown Audio Adds Market Manager, Biz Dev 

PRO AV Editors

Crown Audio appointed Daniel Saenz to the position of market manager for installed sound. The company also appointed Eric Friedlander to the role of business developer for tour Sound....

AMX Rolls Out Third-Gen Control Pads 

PRO AV Editors

AMX recently announced distribution of the Novara 3000 series control pad, a family of third-generation standalone user interfaces with on-board controllers that can be configured to operate lights, AV equipment, HVAC, and other systems and in simple conference or classroom settings....

CCS Announces Classroom Tech Grant 

PRO AV Editors

CCS, a large-scale AV integrator in the Southwest, announced the winner of its second annual ?Design Your Ideal Classroom? technology grant....

Belden Compression Connectors Ensure Performance 

PRO AV Editors

Belden introduced a new line of F, BNC, and RCA compression connectors and tools, along with standard or custom-configured cable assemblies....

Almo Taps into Toshiba 

PRO AV Editors

Distributor Almo Professional A/V said it has brought on Toshiba America Consumer Products to give partners access to an array of high-end display and other video products for commercial applications....

MechDyne Pushes Limits of 3D Immersion 

PRO AV Editors

Mechdyne Corp. has developed technology that makes it possible to produce two distinct user perspectives from a single 3D digital projector....

USAV Group Takes on CoolSign 

PRO AV Editors

USAV Group, an association of professional AV integrators, announced that it has added CoolSign as a new Preferred Manufacturer Partner (PMP). CoolSign provides digital signage software solutions. Its system allows clients to display, distribute, and control digital media on networked digital displays from one central location....

Crestron Puts Redundant Power Supplies in DM Switchers 

PRO AV Editors

Crestron introduced new DigitalMedia (DM) matrix switchers with redundant power supplies (RPS)....

Altinex Debuts Collaborative Workspace AV 

PRO AV Editors

Altinex rolled out the new TNP221 and UT250-101 Collaborative Workspace Package, which consists of the TNP221 Tilt ?N Plug interconnect box and the UT250-101 Under Table Matrix Switcher....

TV One Adds EDID Management Device 

PRO AV Editors

TV One has introduced a new EDID/CEC device for streamlining digital video installations....

Hybrid Keypad: Xantech MRKP2 

PRO AV Editors

Xantech Commercial introduced its new MRKP2 keypad, which combines the functionality of a keypad with a 2.4-inch TFT LCD touch panel for operating AV components....

Power Amplifier: Radio Design Labs FP-PA18 

PRO AV Editors

Radio Design Labs' new FP-PA18 and FP-PA18H are high-efficiency 18W power amplifiers with a line input, 8-ohm output, and an integral audio compressor. Both are designed for low power consumption....

Fiber-Optic Transmitter: MultiDyne DVI-ONE-E 

PRO AV Editors

MultiDyne Video & Fiber Optic Systems introduced the DVI-ONE-E, which can transmit and receive either DVI or HDMI video over a single fiber connection using bi-directional communication....

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