Use Technology for Efficient Collaboration
TAGS: Boardroom Automation | Conference Room Technology | Wireless Microphone System
Have you ever been in that meeting where the presenter spent the first ten minutes figuring out how to get the PowerPoint presentation on the conference room screen? How about the room with lighting that was either too bright or too dark for a presentation? Or the conference call where you had to ask the other party to continually repeat what they just said?
There are the types of issues that occur daily in meeting and conference rooms all over Richardson and Dallas. But it does not need to be that way. With some careful consideration given to the everyday things that you typically do in your meeting spaces, you can design the conference room with the right technology to ensure that all your meetings both begin and end productively.
Read on for some tips on how to make your meeting rooms state-of-the-art collaboration spaces.
3 Questions to Ask Your Integrator
TAGS: Commercial Audio Video System | Home Audio Video | Integrated Audio Video
If you are looking for an audio-video company for your next residential or commercial project in Frisco – whether you are a homeowner, builder, developer, or designer – you may want to know how to evaluate providers. It is no secret there are many integrators in the Dallas area.
We feel that depth and breadth matter when it comes to audio-video integration. The depth comes into play in the complexity of the AV projects we have successfully brought to completion. That means being able to integrate solutions that involve multiple vendor devices and some daunting physical constraints. The breadth is how the expertise can be applied to a variety of solutions, across varied residential and commercial applications.
We at Crown Audio Video are experienced specialists in AV integration across a broad spectrum of applications. We are not a one-trick pony; we have many tricks we can do to successfully complete your most complex audio-video project in the North Texas area.
Next time you are looking for an AV company, consider asking these questions.
Here’s a Quick Guide to the Basics
TAGS: 4K HDR | Home Cinema Projector | Home Theater Screen | Sony Projector | Ultra Short Throw Projector
For a long time, for a genuinely big-screen experience in the home, a projector was the only game in town. Before the era of flat-panel TVs, large screen TVs that stretched to 65 inches were large, bulky boxes that weighed over 200 pounds. Of course, 65 inches might be fine for a home theater in a smaller room, but realistically that might seem a little small with today’s technology. Indeed, current flat-panel TV technology stretches screens out over 80 inches, which makes a compelling case for a cinematic experience in some rooms. Flat-panel displays are easier to mount, are very bright, and aren’t as demanding about controlling light in a room.
However, for the real cinematic experience, nothing matches a projector. Projectors can work with screens from 100 to 120 inches in size, which can deliver the immersive movie experience in a large room. Here in Texas, bigger is always better, right? But there are some things you need to consider when going with a projector for your home theater installation in Frisco.
Read on to find out what you need to know to get the most out of your home theater.
The Modern Way to Navigate Anywhere
TAGS: Digital Signage | Digital Wayfinding | Interactive Display
Have you ever driven into the University of Texas at Dallas, parked, and had no idea how to get to a building? Have you ever gotten frustrated looking for the restaurant at Richardson’s City Line where you were supposed to meet your friend for lunch 10 minutes ago?
While we have our smartphones with mapping apps to help us navigate to places, navigating at large places – like college campuses, retail malls and shopping centers, and airports, stadiums and entertainment venues – is often not that easy. But there is technology today that can change all that. Rather than just using static signage, today’s commercial audio video systems let venues simplify navigation – making it interactive, engaging, and offering commercial possibilities too.
This new technology is called Digital Wayfinding. It’s really applications that put together a variety of available tech to make navigation easier – touchscreen displays, video, audio, and Internet-connected software – to augment or supplant simple paper maps and confusing signage.
Let’s explore some of the benefits of applying digital wayfinding applications to commercial audio-video systems here in Richardson.