The new Sony laser models cater to the increased market demand for immersive and high brightness projection in midsize environments such as schools, corporations, churches, museums, and entertainment installations. With WUXGA resolution and color light output of 6500lm and 5500lm respectively, the VPL-FHZ75 and VPL-FHZ70 use a newly-developed 0.76-inch LCD panel with an incorporated optical compensator to enhance brightness, vibrancy, and contrast, displaying true blacks and accurate-to-life color reproduction. The projectors also draft of Sony’s “Reality Creation” technology, developed for BRAVIA displays and high-end home theater projectors to enhance clarity without increasing noise. Both models come with an innovative ‘intelligent setting’ feature; the four pre-set modes including meeting/classrooms, museums, entertainment venues, and multi-screen by automatically selecting the best configuration based on the projectors environment.
ASG Welcomes Industry Veteran Steve Young to Lead Business Operations for Systems Integration
Emeryville, Calif., Dec. 3, 2019 – Advanced Systems Group (ASG), a leading media technology and engineering firm, today announced Steve Young joined the company on Nov. 4 to direct...
PODCAST 234-2: Buffalo children’s museum cameras, control, and sound isolation Pt 2
Show 234-2: In part 2 of this podcast Heather Sidorowicz of Southtown AV talks about using D-Tools System Integrator to plan Crestron control and Marshall cameras
PODCAST 234-1: Buffalo children’s museum installation and programming Pt 1
Show 234-1: In part 1 of this podcast, Southtown AV's Heather Sidorowicz talks about installing and programming AV in famed Buffalo, NY Children’s Museum
AVoIP Case Study: Allianz Field, Saint Paul, Minnesota
Dedicated system for stadium content and AV over IP distribution supports game-day coverage and stadium-wide advertising