Tag Archives: virtual reality
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AV Professionals Embrace Their Role As Storytellers

Does the AV industry really think it has nothing to say about content? All of your clients have stories to tell; AV professionals don’t just provide a delivery mechanism for those stories — they are coauthors.

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Weekly Reading: More Cars, Plus IoT, VR, HDR and Higher Ed

When I look for analogies to better explain how AV technology has evolved (will evolve) in homes, businesses and more, I often look to the car industry. Not long ago, cars were as dumb as the average family room. But all that has changed (and not always for the better — think hackers and open, […]

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Weekly Reading: Happy Holidays, Plus Escape Rooms, VR and CES

Are you going anywhere fun for the holidays? Enjoying well-deserved time with family to wind down a busy — and hopefully successful — 2015? I want to thank everyone who’s ever read a Weekly Reading over the past year, even when travel and scheduling craziness have made it Almost-Weekly Reading. If you do have a couple weeks […]

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Weekly Reading: The Internet of Me, Plus Cirque du Soleil, Video Games and Facebook

Last week, I attended InfoComm Connections in New York. (Find posts on Twitter using hashtag #ICConnections.) Great show. Great to see so many friendly faces. I stayed at a hip hotel near the Javits Center (not pictured). Small, cozy, climate-controlled via an occupancy sensor in the room. There it was, above the door near the ceiling, […]

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Weekly Reading: For the Love of Vinyl, Plus Wi-Fi Blocking and Tough Times for VR

I never thought I’d be this guy. I’m no hipster; no stereophile. As recently as a month ago, when I was refurbishing a 1970s Yamaha receiver (pictured) and speakers and hooking up a fairly economical 2015 CD player, I swore I had no interest in a new turntable, despite my modest record collection. I already had a […]

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