Tag Archives: microphones

Urgent AV and Collaboration Advice Almost Everyone Ignores, Part 1

Coauthored with my colleague Bryan Hellard, Director of Engineering at Array Telepresence. Personal and/or room-based collaboration systems are powerful tools that allow people who are separated by vast distances to work together as well as if they were in the same room. Unfortunately, when some basic rules of design and/or operation are not followed, the user experience […]

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Reach a Wider Audience…Before and After an Event

I recently attended InfoComm Live, a new event by InfoComm for its rental and staging members. The event was held in Washington D.C. and featured two days of great content, through presentations and audience participation. It got me thinking about other events that I attend and/or put together. Many times, I’m at these events and wish that […]

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Why Is Audio An Afterthought?

I recently attended two networking events where there were more than 100 professionals gathered to make contacts and hear a presentation. For each presentation, the rooms were set up classroom style. This first event was a Business Networking International event, and it was standing room only. To kick off the meeting, the chairman made a brief introduction […]

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