Digital Home

        North by Northwest

        September/October 2007 (Page 34)

        Pietra Mar was designed to compete in the Portland, OR Street of Dreams event. A Crestron PRO2 control system controls security cameras, the spa, lighting, water accents in the indoor pool and all of the audio and video throughout this impressive home.

        Home Electronic Ideas

        Bedroom Bliss

        Fall 2007 (Page 118)

        Luxurious Master Suite control via a Crestron touchpanel, including audio, video, lighting and shade controls.

        Home Electronic Ideas

        Cool Add-Ons: Motorized Shades

        Fall 2007 (Page 96)

        Drapes, shades or blinds are an attractive alternative for covering windows. A motorized track or roller, easily controlled via a Crestron touchpanel, provides convenience and ensures that drapes are always placed correctly and can even save energy and prevent upholstery from fading.

        Integration at Home

        Managing HDMI - The Future of AV Distribution

        September 2007 (Page 44)

        HDMI is the only way to get true 1080p HD content delivered to displays, but the cables and technology were not designed for whole house distribution. The complexities and realities of HDMI have left both homeowners and custom installers search for answers. Learn why HDMI distribution isn't working and how to solve the challenge.

        Systems Contractor News

        Raising Tomorrow's Leaders

        July 2007 (Page 58)

        Crescent Communications of Kenner, LA was responsible for designing and building the For the Kingdom Camp and Conference Center facility, a Christian non-profit outreach program that ministers to the holistic needs of the urban poor. This facility features a wide range of AV components including a Crestron Isys touchpanel and a Crestron CP2E control processor so that anyone who rents the facility can have intuitive access to the world-class AV components that have been installed.

        Systems Contractor News

        Rock Solid

        April 2007 (Page 40)

        Shen Milsom & Wilke (SMW) is responsible for the an integrated audiovisual, data/voice, and acoustics design of New York City's Office of Emergency Management. Following the loss of its original headquarters in the attacks of September 11, 2001, the new facility has been built with its sights set on future expansion, both of the city but of the centerís technology as well. Within the center is a Crestron control system accessed via two 15-inch touchpanels with annotation capabilities and presets that provide access to content and displays, as well as figures in lighting level and other ergonomic concerns for a facility where users may work long hours.

        Sound & Video Contractor

        Aesthetic Connections

        March 2007 (Page 70)

        The Hearst Tower, with its distinctive triangular frame, opened in New York City October 9, 2007 as the city's first Gold LEED® certified building. Dubbed as, "one of the largest IT networking projects ever undertaken," the Hearst Tower incorporates Crestron control software and hardware throughout the building.

        Sound & Video Contractor

        One-stop Control

        March 2007 (Page 40)

        Bricks Nightclub in Miami features a fully integrated Crestron solution controlling, lights, AV and more. The IP-based system controls eight High End Systems DL.2 digital lighting fixtures with built-in cameras, which combine lighting and video technology to produce a plethora of effects include 3D and live images. A Crestron PVID 8x3 provides full video matrixing throughout the club. Crestron integrates and controls architectural lighting, 8 studio command luminaries, 12 automated color wash fixtures, and 500 Color Kinetics RGB LED lighting luminaries. A live event lighting console is also connected to the PVID and controlled by a PRO2, enabling the lighting technician to have seamless, intuitive control over all lighting throughout the facility.

        Systems Contractor News

        Supreme AV Court"

        March 2007 (Page 74)

        Atlanta based EDI helped oversee the AV upgrade portion of this $35 million of renovations at Coweta County Justice Center. These included plans for remote arraignment and camera controls via the judges' and clerks' Crestron touchpanels, which also serve as video displays for those positions in the courtroom. Judges also called for the ability to annotate quickly and easily, so a Crestron DTT18 18" touchpanel was installed in both the bench and clerk's desk.

        Systems Contractor News

        Building for a New Century

        February 2007 (Page 30)

        As the state's fastest-growing university, New Jersey's Montclair State University recently turned to New York-based consulting firm Shen Milsom & Wilke to design advanced AV functionality in the university's newest facility, University Hall. With more than 60 state-of-the-art classrooms, lecture halls, laboratories and study lounges, the Hall features an extensive Crestron IP-based control system was set up by Vistacom.

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