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Videowall Trends for InfoComm 2015

It’s that time of year again! In just a few short days Orlando will be awash with the best and the brightest of the AV world. Among the trends you’ll see at InfoComm 2015: The Big Picture Gathering to see all of the latest technology in the AV industry is, undoubtedly, cool (even in the […]

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Signs of Creative, Artistic Digital Signage

Everyone knows digital signage should be eye-catching and impactful. But how do you get creative to achieve just that? Here are some imaginative solutions I’ve seen in the industry to help you gain inspiration for your next digital signage installation. 3D Projection Mapping 3D projection mapping is a real game-changer because it allows you to […]

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Three Steps to Engagement

Groups and businesses in retail, museum and other public venues often talk of customer engagement in terms of “attract, engage and connect” (or some variation).  Any physical — or virtual — concept of engagement that seeks to interact with customers and/or visitors goes through this predictable process. It’s useful to look at this as a model of interactive engagement […]

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The Great (Urban) Outdoors

Nancy Novograd, editor of Travel + Leisure magazine, wrote in their February issue about Swedish economist Kjell NordtrÖm who presented at a travel conference. Among his statements, she recounted that “by 2040, some 70 percent of the earth’s population will be living in cities.” I found this remarkable. Among the needs for infrastructure planning, transportation […]

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Built to Last

When designers and architects approach a new environment to design, they think long-term.  Buildings are expected to stand the test of time, and interiors are expected to last for decades.  Iconic properties, like public and institutional buildings, do not change frequently so they must be designed for the long-term and built to last. This is […]

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