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A Study in Communications

A Study in Communications

Resolution AV Consulting has provided a hi-tech fitout to the School of Communication Studies at the Auckland University of Technology where the watchword is ‘connection’. Text:/ Derek Powell As he opened the new NZ$97m Sir Paul Reeves building, New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key stood directly beneath his own image on a massive 16-monitor videowall
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December 17, 2013 Projects

LIVE STREAMED MOBILE LED CAR ART TURNS CORNER

LIVE STREAMED MOBILE LED CAR ART TURNS CORNER

We’d recommend YouTube-ing ‘Mini Art Beat’ before you read on – this project really is quite extraordinary and needs to be seen to be believed. For two weeks in August a Mini Countryman, fitted out with a hi-tech LED ‘skin’ took up residency in London playing bespoke, live-streamed video and animations. In practice, the process
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December 17, 2013 Projects

ANOTHER WORLD RECORD

ANOTHER WORLD RECORD

The plan wasn’t to build the world’s biggest screen – it just turned out that way.
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December 12, 2013 Projects

Delectable Brisbane

Delectable Brisbane

An urban harvest festival Text:/ Marcus Pugh In the summer of 2010/11 most of Australia looked on in horror as floods devastated Brisbane and Southeast Queensland, much of the media attention focused in on the damage to the metropolitan centres, the surrounding rural areas also felt the brunt of these floods. Farming land in the
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November 19, 2013 Projects

Creating Extreme AV for Red Bull

Creating Extreme AV for Red Bull

When ITAV took on a fit out for the New Zealand office of Red Bull, they had to be ready for everything!  Text:/ Derek Powell For an AV integration company, assignments can be pretty varied. A typical year may bring a nightclub fit-out one day, while the next job may be wiring up an office
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November 19, 2013 Projects

Naval Gazing

Naval Gazing

The RAN’s International Fleet Review Spectacular 2013 Text:/ Phil Meltzer At any event, communications are essential. So, on a perfect spring day in October 1913, when seven ships of the newly created Fleet Unit of the Royal Australian Navy steamed into Sydney Harbour on its first Fleet Entry, coordination and communication would have been a
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November 19, 2013 Projects

UK’S VILLAGE HALL GETS A LINE ARRAY

UK’S VILLAGE HALL GETS A LINE ARRAY

The Royal Albert has been open for over 140 years. No surprise then the PA needs updating.
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October 29, 2013 Projects

CLASSIC AND CUTTING EDGE

CLASSIC AND CUTTING EDGE

Modern lighting technology creates a classic look.
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October 7, 2013 Projects

George W. Bush Presidential Museum and Library features high resolution 360° LED display

George W. Bush Presidential Museum and Library features high resolution 360° LED display

Located on the edge of the Southern Methodist University campus in University Park, College Station, Texas, the new 226,565-square-foot, $250 million Bush Center is home to the United States 13th Presidential Library and Museum. The institution commemorates the Bush Administration, offering in-depth access to Presidential materials including thousands of artifacts and millions of electronic records.
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September 22, 2013 Projects

The Birth of the Beam

The Birth of the Beam

The true history of the modern, lightning-fast, pencil-thin moving beamlight. Text: Marcus Pugh Images:/ Courtesy of Clay Paky In the past few years there has been one dominant image in all the ‘big lighting’ shows: beams. While dominant beams of light have been around since long before the first use of aircraft landing lights (ACLs)
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September 9, 2013 Projects