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AV at the Olympics 

The world watched as Canada took home the largest number of golds and the United States took home the largest overall number of medals, but the AV industry did its part for the Winter Games to make sure each sport was broadcast clearly....

Expanding to Satellite Congregations, Part 1 
By Bennett Liles
Sometimes the only option for expansion of a growing church is to reach out electronically to satellite congregations at a distance....

Upgrading Church to HD Video and Projection System, Part 1 
By Bennett Liles
The AV upgrade at Zion Lutheran Church in Albert Lee, Minn., was a huge job involving new cameras, projection, sound gear, and recording. ...

Fluid Technology 
By Ellen Lampert-Gréaux
Next month, the Themed Entertainment Association will celebrate the 16th annual THEA awards at Universal Studios, Hollywood, honoring 12 themed environment projects from across the globe. TEA President Steve Thorburn points out that the predominant theme this year is a maturation in the use of technology...

Kimberly-Clark, Neenah, Wis. 

When Kimberly-Clark (K-C) set out to design a facility for researching new product and merchandising innovations, the project team searched for a way to create a hands-on design studio that did not require physical construction to evaluate new retail concepts...

A 3D Home Theater? 
By Jason Bovberg
Why is 3D so difficult to achieve on our screens?...

Built to Order 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
From the ground up, the tenants of the David Braley Cardiac, Vascular, and Stroke Research Institute help envision the facility’s complex and sophisticated AV systems design....

Simple Green 
By Trevor Boyer
The Orlando Utilities Commission needed simple, smart AV that could adapt to LEED-driven construction. As anyone who’s scanned through the LEED for New Construction Rating System guidebook knows, there are several ways to go green as a means to strike gold....

CEDIA Sense 
By Cynthia Wisehart
No magic wands in sight. I looked. I almost expected AMX to show a prototype wand. Some people quietly admit to having a strong 2009, as if saying so would jinx it (given the no-wand situation)...

POV: Thinking Small 
Provided by InfoComm International
Ever since pico projectors hit the retail market in mid-2008, awareness has grown about the promise of these tiny handheld, pocket-sized devices. The interest in pico (pronounced “pee-co”) projectors reflects the world’s increasingly mobile workforce...

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