Yesterday was full of meetings, new products and networking. I was so exhausted from all the excitement, and of course the AVNation Tweetup Party (sponsored by Starin), that I find myself writing my recap the day after. On Wednesday, I got to see some amazing things on the show floor. There was a custom cut … Read more
DAY 1 OK, so maybe not entirely a full Day 1. This is that special day with content before the Exhibit Halls open. My first role on-site is setting up for AVNation. Despite these responsibilities I was able to sneak off and attend the Newcomer’s Orientation where I learned about Avixa, upcoming programing, cool swag … Read more
This is my first time attending InfoComm. Working in events, I am an End-User in this industry. I know quite a bit, enough to do my job and work with partners to create the best experiences and I’m proud of the work we do. However, in this environment I am surrounded by a technical knowledge … Read more
Residential Systems says 3D is dead. We take a gander at the Amazon Echo Look. Plus, does GAFA (Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple) spell the end of custom integrators?
The New Year is upon us, and that means out with the old and in with the new in everything from your closet to your exercise routine to the audio visual industry. Here are AVNation’s top predictions for what we’ll be saying goodbye—and hello—to in 2017. Out with the Old FCC Net Neutrality rules will … Read more
2016 was a year of upheaval and unexpected developments around the world, and the audio visual industry was no exception. While some 2016 happenings have industry insiders waiting nervously to see how things shake out, most of the year’s developments were positive for the AV industry. Here are some of the biggest: The V in … Read more