How many times have you been frustrated by mismatching AV icons in computer-aided design programs? Now you can say goodbye to inconsistent AV symbols with the ANSI/CEA/CEDIA/InfoComm, Audio, Video and Control Architectural Drawing Symbols Standard. InfoComm worked closely with the Consumer Electronics Association and the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association to define blueprint icons to represent all facets of AV systems and related technologies. Explore and download the free standard at infocomm.org/standards.
RealMotion’s Geoffrey Platt to Explore Real Time Graphics in a Rendering World at the 2019 Video Show
RealMotion™ Director Geoffrey Platt will explore the increasingly important role being played by real time graphics in a rendering world at a special presentation to be made at...
Alpha Video Builds New ACC Sports Network Control Facility at Georgia Tech Pt2
Ross Video Xpression system provides real-time graphics and Riedel intercom allows vital crew communication
WorldStage Welcomes Tiffany Bernhard as Vice President of Human Resources
WorldStage is pleased to announce that Tiffany Bernhard has joined the team as Vice President of Human Resources, based in New York City. Most recently, she held the same...
QSC Ships Attero Tech Synapse D32Mi Networked Audio Interface
Extends portfolio of high-density I/O peripherals for integration into Q-SYS Ecosystem and other AV systems Costa Mesa, Calif. (October 22, 2019) – QSC has begun shipping the new Attero...