New York City’s Calvary Baptist Church went from traditional to high−tech with a complete audio/video system designed to bring worship services closer to everyone in the congregation. Thanks to digital cameras and big−screen displays, as well as a variety of switching equipment, everything from the preacher to the choir can be seen and heard from different angles throughout the church.
When Florida−based LeeRoy Selmon’s sports restaurant decided to simplify its complex routing and switching system for its hundreds of television displays, they chose easy−to−use software that would work with their existing hardware to control the signals.
Simplicity was the key to AMEC’s new audio/video system in its Houston oil and gas office. According to Tom Austin of Industrial Audio/Video Inc. ( IAV ), the local integrator who installed the system, the executives at AMEC wanted to be able to outfit conference rooms and training rooms with easy−to−use equipment that allowed the use of both HDMI and VGA.
When Boston’s Pizza in Grand Junction, CO, planned a major restaurant remodel complete with multi−media, Kramer Electronics products were there. In the two−day period the restaurant/sports bar closed for remodeling, dozens of video displays and routing equipment were installed, transforming the space into a sight and sound extravaganza.
Sports, Sight and Sound Combine For Entertainment Experience
Guests at DJ’s Dugout Sports Bar and Blazin’ Pianos in Omaha, Nebraska, get more than just food and sporting events, with an experience that starts before they even walk in the door. High definition images on screens that are clearly visible through the complex’s giant windows grab the attention of passersby.
When Alvernia University discovered a need to reach a wider audience of students on its three campuses in eastern Pennsylvania, university officials envisioned a media center that would afford students, faculty and local residents the opportunity to use and learn about key technologies.
When GateWay Community College (GWC) in Phoenix, AZ, decided to build a new Integrated Education Building (IEB) and remodel its Maricopa Skill Center (MSC) campus, one of the goals was to incorporate state−of−the−art audio/visual and IT classrooms that would allow students and faculty access to digital A/V and HDCP content in a simple−to−use configuration.