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AV Systems Can Be Emergency Lifesavers 
By John McKeon
In mid-teleconference, the meeting chair glances at the touchscreen control panel in front of him and sees: “Fire on fourth floor. Floors 5-10 leave building by east stairs, floors 1-4 use west stairs.”...

AV Upgrades Educators Can Make Right Now 
By Linda Seid Frembes
As the lazy days of summer set in, thoughts of school are far behind. But for AV professionals, summer is the prime time for technology and equipment upgrades in schools and universities around the country...

Screens Critical to Corporate AV 
By John McKeon
“A high gain screen can make a low-lumen projector look better,” says Kevin Baisley, vice president of sales and marketing at Vutec Corporation....

Installation Profile:
Multifaceted Ministry
 
By Jennifer Blum
In 1998, the congregation of Fellowship Bible Church in Dallas was worshipping in a converted office building. But the church, formed in 1977, needed...

Picture This: InfoComm 2006  
By Jeff Sauer
InfoComm's image display menu has grown quite a bit since the heady days of the great Projection Shoot-Out. Sure, there's still the Large Venue Gallery,...

New Screen Technology, Products Moving into Churches 


A New "Take" on Projector Mobility 

This week’s Infocomm International is showcasing an array of new “pocket projectors,” which were announced throughout 2005 and started reaching the retail market late last year. Most of the industry’s big projection names have a product in the category, and growth prospects seem to be brightening. ...

Ordinary Basement Houses Plush Home Theater 

Close your eyes and imagine a basement filled with boxes, cobwebs and unused exercise equipment. Now imagine that same space as a magnificent home theater with cozy leather seats, DLP projection and a 100in. screen. The skilled crew of Massachusetts-based Percy's made such an amazing transformation possible. ...

Mitsubishi PocketProjector 
By Jeff Sauer
A novelty perhaps and novel to be sure Mitsubishi's PocketProjector ($799) is a tiny form-factor projector (1lb.) that may solve some very practical display...

Screens Critical to Video Impact 


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