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Canon’s Realis SX50 Power Naval Simulators For MarineSafety International 

Simulation demands realism, and at MarineSafety International’s Norfolk Training Center, where captains and crew members of tankers, ferries, cruise ships, and military vessels are trained in ship handling to the highest degree of readiness, only the ultra-precise images of the Canon Realis SX50, the world’s smallest and most lightweight LCoS (Liquid Crystal On Silicon) multimedia projector, will do....

Installation Profile:
Standout Integration
 
By Jack Kontney
Every installation presents its own problems. Some are predictable, some not. Customer requirements may prove challenging, or physical anomalies in a facility may prevent tried-and-true designs from being implemented. But finding ways to provide solutions that meet user needs through creative application of technology keeps this industry interesting...

The Buzz: 20 Years Ago in
Sound & Video Contractor
 
By Mark Johnson
The cover feature 20 years ago this month was The Effects of AC Line Disturbances, a piece contributed by Jerry Whitaker, who pulled double duty as Sound & Video Contractor's RF Technology editor and the editor of Broadcast Engineering at the time. Ron Williamson contributed “DMMs Accessories and Features,” which provided some good information on how to use digital multimeters for electrical measurements and how to best accessorize your DMM for extended measurement capabilities...

Picture This: 2005 In Review 
By Jeff Sauer
As we turn the last page on the 2005 calendar, it's an appropriate time to reflect on what's occurred over the last year and to plan ahead for next year. In the video and display industries, that means taking stock of the new products and trends that have emerged during 2005 and what potential...

Texas Minister’s Death Prompts New Safety Concerns 


Calvary Baptist Church Upgrades Worship Space With New Hitachi CP-X443 LCD Projector 

In a unique demonstration of the long-throw capabilities of the Hitachi CP-X443 LCD projector, Calvary Baptist Church in State College, Penn., recently installed a CP-X443 for its main worship space. Sold through Centre Business Products of Mount Union, Penn., the projector is being used for its worship services, which have grown to 400 people. As the church has seen its congregation increase dramatically in size in recent years, the church chose to expand its worship seating to accommodate the additional churchgoers. “We saw an opportunity to upgrade our worship area, so we cascaded an older projector into an overflow room on the other side of the main lobby,” says ministry associate Bob Barbash. ...

Are We There Yet? 
By Mark Johnson
Parents of school-aged kids are pretty familiar with the anguished cry that comes from the backseat after being in the car for more than an hour or so....

Gillette Meeting Is a Success With Scharff Weisberg In Charge 

Scharff Weisberg recently provided video presentation services for the Gillette North America Business Meeting at the Gaylord Palms Hotel in Orlando, Fla., where Gillette’s Fusion razor was launched. A Medialon show control system and two Barco Catalyst moving mirror projection systems were used to create a unique, immersive experience for the audience of 500 sales people....

Installation Profile:
Spiritual Growth
  
By Mel Lambert
The development of most contemporary churches is one of continuing evolution as new facilities are added in response to the needs of parishioners, their families, and the community...

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