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Open Mic: Musing on Museum Tech

For 63 years, New York’s Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) has explored craft, art, and design with a particular emphasis on the skilled creative processes that transform materials....


Case Study: TCL Theatre, California

Last fall, TCL Chinese Theatre announced plans for the all-new Theatre Box theatre complex, featuring restaurants, bars, and entertainment, to be located in the Gaslight District in San Diego,...


Stadium Case Study: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta

Orlando-based Professional Wireless Systems provided all wireless microphone and IEM systems management for pre-game, half-time entertainment and post-game—along with the wireless microphone utilized by the referee— during Super Bowl...


Case Study: The Factory in London, Canada

The Factory, in London, Ontario, is Canada’s newest and largest indoor adventure park. Built in a former Kellogg cereal factory, the 170,000-square-foot complex features the highest indoor rope course...


Case Study: Amazon Understory, Seattle

Corporate lobbies and visitors centers may be styled like mini-museums. At Amazon’s Understory visitor center, located inside The Spheres conservatories on the campus of Amazon’s headquarters in Seattle, guests...


Case Study: Circa, Los Angeles

The new Circa development in downtown Los Angeles is a traffic stopper. The twin 35-story luxury residential towers, on the corner of Figueroa and 12th Streets, are wrapped with...


ONSITE: Grammy Awards, Los Angeles

In 2003, writing about the audio production setup behind the 45th Annual GRAMMY Awards telecast for the first time, I observed, “It takes a village to put together a...


Case Study: Alpha Sound, Oregon

Alpha Sound of Salem, Oregon recently completed the last phase of installation at Portland Center Stage Theatre (PCS), making it the first in town to have an entirely Yamaha/...


Case Study: Lucky Strike Bowling, Los Angeles

The appropriately-named Lucky Strike Entertainment hits all the right points: the 20-location entertainment and hospitality company has operated its trendy bowling lounges in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco,...


End-to-End Projection

Visitors to the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C. are able to virtually explore Jerusalem in the exhibition, “Tomb of Christ: The Church of the Holy Sepulchre Experience,” an...


First Impression LED

Located on the campus of the University of North Carolina, the Carolina Basketball Museum originally opened in 2008 and chronicles the history of the UNC basketball program. Highlighting Carolina’s...


Case Study: Dante Management

Sitting in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, Target Field is home to Major League Baseball’s Minnesota Twins, and accommodates more than 39,000 spectators. Though designed as a baseball venue,...


Tuning Tracks

If you visited the Amek booth in 1987 you might well have had the opportunity to mix a song or two from a multitrack tape copy of U2’s Joshua...


Still Life to Real Life

On November 15th nature and wildlife photographers from all over the world attended the Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards gala in the rotunda of the Smithsonian...