InfoComm to Host Three-Day Course
is an interactive lesson that explores the physics affecting the planning and design of AV environments, says the organization.
InfoComm International invited AV pros to meet in Fairfax, Va., Mar. 21-23, for three days of expert design instruction. The new course, "AV Design Principles: Environment," is an interactive lesson that explores the physics affecting the planning and design of AV environments, says the organization.
The AV design course will cover such topics as sound reinforcement, display and projection needs, sightline studies, loudspeaker coverage patterns, ergonomic criteria, communication with allied trades, and industry best practices.
According to InfoComm, students will create actual drawings, specifications, and performance criteria that they can use as the beginning of a sample documentation portfolio, which they can reference for future AV design projects. The course is expected to support InfoComm's ANSI-approved design performance standards, which are currently in development.
"AV Design Principles: Environment" will count as 24 Renewal Units for the following CTS programs: CTS, CTS-D, CTS-I, and Max.
For more information, visit www.infocomm.org.