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The Annenberg Space of Photography has recently enhanced their experience center with an 18.25-foot MicroLED wall, a Q-SYS Core audio processor and Powersoft Ottocanali amplifiers for documentary viewings, photography and more. More museums are utilizing the technology of AV to give a stronger experience for the visitors. Once we get past this pesky thing called COVID-19 and people can start returning to these spaces with peace of mind, how can we help bring museums and spaces like them to the next level of experiential design?
Last week Craig McCormack of Commercial Integrator interviewed (or if you are Tim, interviewted) AVIXA CEO David Labuskes about the recent InfoComm Connected virtual show and the lasting impact of a virtual conference. He also states that AVIXA will be moving forward in the year with many more virtual events to follow. Looking at the lasting impact of virtual shows like InfoComm Connected and how they will affect the physical trade show space as we move forward, and the strengths and weaknesses of virtual events compared to regular trade shows.
The first theater to utilize LG’s LED Cinema Display technology has opened in Taiwan. In addition to this revolutionary display solution, it also features Dolby’s cinema server and Dolby Atmos immersive audio. Is this the new future of display? Discussing the new normal (not in the way that you expect) for cinema screens, how LED will shape the future, and what other verticals might take advantage of this.
- AV Network – Museums upgrade their AV for improved experience
- Commercial Integrator – AVIXA moving forward with more virtual events after InfoComm Connected
- AV Magazine – First LG LED display cinema opens in Taiwan