Some spaces that we enter have such a distinct character that we do our best to make choices that will disrupt that aesthetic as little as possible. In this gorgeous downtown condo, we did a few upgrades while preserving the look and feel of the condo.
The scope of this outdoor oasis project included a pool house, pool, putting green, and the surrounding landscaped areas. Our primary job was to bring the amenities of the house to the outdoors, including A/V, lighting, security, and network.
It’s easy to see why this particular conference room needed two very large screens at each end of the conference table. With 20 seats, and factoring in the overall length of the room, an 86″ commercial display at each end was necessary in order for all attendees to comfortably see what is on screen. Due to the size of the screens and the height of the table, we mounted them on tilt mounts so they could tilt downward for easier viewing.
A rehabilitation and fitness center that is affiliated with a local hospital needed a lot of Audio/Video work completed to provide music and TV for the workout spaces. Due to the size of the center, and how it is divided into separate, smaller spaces, the scope of the project wasn’t just one large room, but rather many smaller spaces within the facility.
We have done installations in many houses of worship over the years, and one factor that often comes into play is the desire to maintain the beauty of the space we’re working in. In this case, our customer wanted a very large display screen, but the only logical place for it to reside would be in front of a set of beautiful windows, obscuring the stained glass that bathes the sanctuary in beautiful light.
Transparent OLEDs are emerging as a new and exciting technology. You might not have even seen one in person yet, but they are about to hit the market in a big way.
As we head into the summer months, you might be thinking about investing in a television for your outdoor living space or pool area. The SunBriteTV Veranda series offers a high-quality weatherproof television that’s perfect for full-shade outdoor spaces.
Entertaining outside during the summer, especially by the pool or near the grilling station, is so commonplace that many homeowners have made their outdoor space more of an addition to their living spaces, with the same amenities you might find inside the home. From fireplaces to plush seating to full kitchens, outdoor spaces are now just as important as their indoor counterparts. Which is why installing a television outside just makes sense.
Media players are all the rage in 2019, quickly replacing the more traditional ways of consuming television, movies, music, and games with devices that you can easily connect to your WiFi and television. But not all media players are created equally. Depending on what you want to do with a streaming device, certain devices may suit your needs over others. I’ve put together a list of four of the best contenders for 2019 and compared them so you don’t have to do the work.
Television technology has come a long way since its invention in 1927. It became a popular household appliance only in the 1950s. Television technology remained largely unchanged for almost fifty years, using Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) for display.