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Deadly Download October 31, 2018

As video conferencing technology becomes more commonplace, it’s important to use your AV expertise to guide your customer to the best option.

AVNation Weekly Wrap Up: Friday January 20, 2017

EDtech 49 – Click Here Our monthly show focused on the higher ed market, EDtech, is hosted by technology manager Bill O’Donnell. On this latest episode, he and his fellow tech managers talk about the impact HDMI 2.1 will have on their campuses. The also look at new standard SDVOE and modular amplifiers. Listen Here:   … Read more

Video Conferencing Goes Virtual – Part 1

By: Bob Tamburri On the Road to Virtual Reality In the not-too-distant future… It is morning and a sliver of sunlight breaches your curtains as you ruffle through the warmth and comfort of your covers to attempt a rise to consciousness. After taking a few moments to get your bearings, you glance over at your … 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

How to digitize those dusty VCRs

What do VCRs have in common with slide projectors in schools? In addition to signaling nap time, they have both gone the way of the dinosaur. As Funai Electric announces production of VCRs to be shut down completely, it’s time for schools to modernize the technology being used in order to keep students engaged. The … Read more

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