Category Archives: Audio/Visual

Texas Tech University’s “Smart” Learning Auditoriums Enlighten with Prysm

Prysm, Inc., a privately held designer and manufacturer of video wall systems that deliver immersive and engaging user experiences, today announced the installation of two video wall solutions at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. 

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3 Trends in Video-Based Medical Education

We’re at the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) event in Baltimore this week, and there’s a huge focus on prevention and wellness. Healthcare organizations who take advantage of the rise of multimedia, social media, and media analytics will have a clear advantage in addressing these major challenges.  Here’s a look at the applications driving adoption of video content management in healthcare.

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Music of Data Centers

The only sounds the Internet makes on the end user side are those coming out of PC speakers or headphones – preprogrammed, prerecorded, contrived. While the boomy, echoey machine sounds of a factory making physical products is not hard to summon for anyone in their memory, your average iPhone user has no idea what the factory that produces their Facebook news feed sounds like (or that it has a sound).

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