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        InAVate

        What Does Lync Mean for Pro AV?

        April 2014 (Page 14)

        If Microsoft Lync seems to be everywhere these days, that’s because it is. Crestron’s executive director of UC solutions Brian Slade and other industry experts talk about the opportunities Lync creates for AV integrators in corporate boardrooms and beyond.

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        Sound & Video Contractor

        Fordham University’s Gabelli School of Business

        January 23, 2014 (Page 1)

        To achieve seamless integration between the AV components, the modern interior design and the physical space to create “hybrid reconfigurable” classrooms, the team integrated the Echo360, an AV media achieving software system that captures and records the full content of lectures for distance-learning students, along with Integrated Crestron Control in each of the lectern positions at Fordham . Ceiling-mounted cameras were inverted to cover all room orientations in both combined and divided modes with a camera “instructor” video tracking system and user intuitive AV device control.

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        Sound & Video Contractor

        Videowalls

        March 2013 (Page 3)

        The new visualization lab in the library at Brown University featuring Crestron DigitalMedia™ is profiled in the magazine's video wall supplement. The lab is used for conceptualization, comparison, collaboration, and communication among students and faculty. The lab is open to anyone on campus to use for almost any purpose, including classes, research, meetings, and even art exhibits.

        AV Technology

        Professors Embrace Lecture Capture

        September 2012 (Page 40)

        Oregon State University uses Crestron Capture HD and DMPS-300C to enhance classroom learning. The Crestron system is perfect for OSU and truly a game-changer in terms of quality, simplicity and affordability.

        AV Technology

        Social Media Surveillance

        July/August 2012 (Page 36)

        Crestron DigitalMedia powers audio and video systems at Clemson University's Social Media Listening Center. This center may be the most powerful of any social media listening post, combining six PCs tied to Radian6 servers, with a digital switching system from Crestron able to reconfigure the setup in seconds.

        Commercial Integrator

        Taking a Shot

        October 2012 (Page 14)

        The Centennial Student Union at Minnesota State University in Mankato renovated its ballroom last year, adding 360-degree digital video, lighting and sound that turns the university ballroom into an immersive meeting and concert environment. Crestron DigitalMedia and control make this possible.

        InfoComm International

        Analog Rides into the Sunset

        January 13, 2012 (Page 1)

        InfoComm describes the analog sunset and shares insight into what the AV industry needs to know and the action it needs to take to embrace the shift from analog to digital.

        Forbes

        Crestron Electronics: A Made-In-America Success Story

        November 16, 2011 (Page 1)

        Forbes gives readers an inside look at Crestron's leadership, products and services in this business story. Crestron Founder, George Feldstein provides commentary on the history of the company and insight into what's next for the leading controls and automation company.

        Commercial Integrator

        Hands On: Crestron Core 3 UI

        December 8, 2011 (Page 1)

        Commercial Integrator walks readers through the exciting Core 3 UI features. The reviewer says "Crestron has really delivered with the Core 3 UI. While Crestron isn't the only player in the commercial market for touch panel-based control systems any more, this is key for being able to create powerful and attractive user interface designs in a small amount of time."

        AV Technology

        Curing the High-Def Headache

        December 2011 (Page 20)

        The good old days where you could just run a wire to some kind of matrix switcher are long gone. Digital, high-definition video is here and is pushing all of us into modern times.

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