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In Las Vegas, AVNation’s Brian Heidgerken is on the InfoComm 2022 show floor with Sarah Baum from Da-Lite. Sarah is happy to be back in person at InfoComm after two years of mostly virtual interactions with coworkers and clients.
Da-Lite has been releasing new products and features throughout the pandemic, but this is the first chance for many of us to see their innovations up close. Two innovations are the Tensioned Electric Screens and Non-Tensioned Electric Screens at their booth. These allow integrators to adjust the height and open up the sight lines above their displays. Collaborates can now avoid reconfiguring spaces to fit everyone on the screen—instead, they can just change the height of their tech.
Da-Lite is excited to offer both these amazing features and easy ordering. Architects and designers love these displays, because they don’t impact the overall look or aesthetic of the room, but still deliver immense functionality.
Ideal for conference rooms, boardrooms, lecture halls, home theatres, and more, Da-Lite’s displays come in a variety of sizes.
More coverage of InfoComm 2022 is available now. Learn more about our conversations with the additional companies and integrators on the show floor here.