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Projector Lamps: Distinguishing Between Counterfeit and OEM 
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Been burned by a fake-branded projector lamp? Understanding the distinction between counterfeit and OEM is a priority....

4K is a Game Changer for Live Events 
By Les Goldberg, LMG
4K Ultra HD not only looks spectacular on a flat panel, but the possibilities for presentations on the big screen are endless....

4K and Beyond 
By David Keene
The introduction of true 4K from one projector is a welcome development....

Invisible Network 
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Inside Havas Worldwide in Manhattan, AV is everywhere, and nowhere....

In the Club 
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Slate-NY is a massive 16,000-square-foot New York City watering hole that eschews traditional sports bar conceptions....

High Resolution Systems: La Biennale di Venezia 2013 

Immersive specialist Igloo Vision created a 360-degree immersive installation that incorporates F22 projectors from projectiondesign....

Big Developments for Big Screen Venues 
By David Keene
The Giant Screen Cinema Association’s (GSCA) Film Expo 2014, that took place March 24-25 at the IMAX Theater in the Bullock State History Museum in Austin, Texas, was a great place to see the latest trends in large venue technology—in this case, through the prism of what is primarily an “education” market. ...

Projection Training at InfoComm 
With Bennett Liles
Projectors come in all shapes and sizes but how much do you really know about what’s going on inside? Erica Strickland, Training Manager for the Americas at Digital Projection will be teaching some courses at InfoComm that could tell you more than you knew there was to know....

Counterfeit Projector Lamps: Are You Buying or Selling Them? 
By Dave Bethell, CEO of Just Lamps
The bulb used in a fake lamp will never be the one intended by the projector manufacturer. There is a high chance that the performance will be reduced. ...

Projector Upgrade 

When Tates Creek Christian Church’s existing projectors were beginning to lose their luster and brightness, the church turned to Pro Sound & Lights....

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