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AV Technology in Special-education Environments 
By Linda Seid Frembes
AV in the classroom can be a powerful teaching tool for educators in any grade. Sights and sounds can bring new life to a history lesson or bring clarity to a science lecture. But what happens when the students being served by AV technology have special needs? At the Texas School for the Deaf (TSD) in Austin, teachers at the state’s oldest continuously operating publicly funded school have found the answer...

InfoComm 08 Video Preview 
By Trevor Boyer
It's 2008, and HD is everywhere — especially in Las Vegas at InfoComm 08...

Picture This: Display Trends at NAB 2008  
By Jeff Sauer
Is this the year of 3D in the professional display world...

Projection Trends in the Education Market 
By Linda Seid Frembes
Projectors are standard equipment in most classrooms these days. For as long as most can remember, there has been some kind of projection device in the classroom--albeit the size and sophistication has vastly improved over the last few decades...

Expert Viewpoint: What’s in a Lamp?  
By David Bethell
It has been more than 10 years since data projectors moved on from CRT to technologies that allowed more manageable units, and lamp technology also changed...

A Green Step Forward 
By Linda Seid Frembes
Building a new school building is a daunting task for any school district, especially when the plan is for a green building project. The Sidwell Friends Middle School in Washington, D.C., opened in 2007 as a testament to the possibilities of an environmentally friendly, healthy environment for school kids...

Picture This: Consumer Electronics Show 2008  
By Jeff Sauer
When I first started attending the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 15 years ago, products didn't usually show at CES in January if they wouldn't be ready to start volume production in the spring...

Projection News at CES 2008 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
The CES 2008 show ends today in Las Vegas. Although there’s a plethora of residential and consumer products, there’s been news on the corporate AV front as well, but perhaps the biggest—and most long awaited—news is coming from the projector front....

Top Classroom Technologies for 2008 
By Linda Seid Frembes
As teachers and students get geared up for the second half of the school year to start, systems integrators are reviewing last year’s sales figures and predicting what may be top technologies for classrooms in the coming year. Bob Berry, a Seattle-based sales executive for AV supplier Troxell Communications...

Picture This: Wireless Visuals and Video 
By Jeff Sauer
Cables and cords are the virtual blood vessels of professional AV. They're the (mostly) unseen conduits that carry the content upon which the industry...

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