The newest Main Event Entertainment™ facility in San Antonio, TX, boasts the company’s first fully digital AV infrastructure center, powered by Kramer Electronics CORE products. In its tenth location, Main Event Entertainment continues its innovative concept of bowling, laser tag, obstacle courses, arcades, pool tables and food and beverage offerings all under one roof.
When southern California winds are blowing and threatening severe weather or wildfires, a meteorology center provides an early−warning resource for potential weather emergencies and power outages. Created by local professional audio/video installer Hancock Video Engineering Services and H&H System Integration, the meteorology center features a high−tech weather room designed to help anticipate storms.
Set it and forget it…it works! Attendees at the Hollywood Post Alliance® Technology Retreat in California witnessed first−hand the ease of a fully HDMI−based presentation system. During a panel discussion about next−generation projector technologies the newest “lamp−free” projectors and a successful “hot” switching of multiple laptop presentations were highlighted for an audience of more than 500 people.
The glamour of the Oscars made a red carpet appearance at the Ambler Theater in Ambler, PA, thanks to the help of the Kramer Electronics VP−728 ProScale™ Digital Scaler/Switcher, Kramer PT−571/PT−572+ DGKat™ twisted pair transmitter/receivers and Kramer DGKat twisted pair cable.
All 5,000 seats in the sanctuary of the West Angeles Church of God in Christ are the best in the house, thanks to a recently installed high definition audio/video system. When they decided to upgrade their TV and image magnification with the latest technology, the church chose VMI, Inc.
When the Indianapolis Public School System (IPS) wanted to standardize the audio/video technology throughout its schools, it had specific requirements: consistent, high−resolution video in every classroom, a uniform system, and simple, intuitive controls.
A national academic dental training lab features 96 stations complete with high definition monitors and 1080p digital imaging. The stations provide a hands−on learning environment where dental students can perform dental procedures on simulated heads by following the instructions on their individual screens.