AVWeek 295: Turduckened

Microsoft and Google announced patches to various products. We talk about when and how the audio visual industry will start to offer security updates. Where do our guests think video over IP will land and how? We also take the debate from AVNetwork on projectors versus whiteboards.

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Key Considerations for Streaming 4K Content

4K is more than just seeing every pore on your news anchor’s face. 4K offers clean and crisp content. The ability to create, record, display, and stream 4K content has been a mainstream format for over 2 years. Yet many companies have not made the jump to include 4K as part of their digital media … Read more

What Is the Best Display for AV Content?

Displays All Around Many K-12 and higher education institutions have a variety of displays—projectors, LED displays, and video walls—located throughout their campuses. Digital displays have become the go-to way to provide information to faculty, staff, and students. Picking the correct display, though, for content and location can be challenging. Let’s review a few key questions … Read more

Theft! In Las Vegas!

One of the lesser reported stories from InfoComm 2014 was that of a “missing” projector from InFocus. Redband and AVNation contributor Josh Srago was headed there to interview the folks for our coverage when he discovered that a projector had been lifted from their booth during setup of InfoComm 2014. Read his entire post here.

AV App Show Episode 001: Projector Pro

In our debut episode, join our hosts Matt Scott and HiPhi ‘The AV Professional’ as they bring you all the latest “happs” on the apps. In this episode, Matt and HiPhi discuss the Projector Pros app and how this is one of the many apps that you need to have on your phone. We dive deep into this app and highlight it’s strengths and it’s weaknesses.

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