At Conference Room Systems (CRS) and our Phila.-area integration company, Haverford Systems, our technology experts have been focused all month long on getting back to school. With the December holiday season behind us, and most college students beginning their spring semesters, we thought it was the perfect time to showcase a variety of audio visual solutions that are helping the higher education market.
Topics: Video Conferencing, Webinars, Epiphan, Sharp touchscreen LCD, white noise, Auto Tracking Cameras, content sharing, wireless sharing, collaboration technology, audio visual technologies for higher education, higher education technologies, Sharp Aquos Board
Welcome to 2020! We are in a new decade, and we're all going to see technological advancements and changes in the years ahead. Of those technologies, the audio visual industry will continue to make great strides for a variety of markets, including higher education.
During December's Higher Education Technology Managers Alliance (HETMA) virtual conference, Joe Way and BC Hatchett during the keynote talk spoke about the diversity of the higher education market. With conference rooms, classrooms and auditoriums peppering college campuses throughout the country, we can all agree there will undoubtedly be a lot of questions concerning audiovisual technologies for higher education. Student-centric higher education, including student retention and higher education affordability, are all affected by integrated technologies that enable student learning. Way and Hatchett emphasized that audiovisual is simply the medium that can impact lives in this realm in such positive ways.
Topics: Epiphan, Sharp touchscreen LCD, education, audio visual technologies for higher education, higher education technologies, AV over IP
Topics: Video Conferencing, Epiphan, YouTube Live, Live Streaming, zoom
Capture devices comparison
Video capture devices are used all over the world for live streaming purposes. These devices are most popular amongst gamers who stream live gameplay on several platforms such as Twitch and YouTube. Video capture devices take input from HDMI, SDI, Displayport or Analog Video/Audio and output via a USB port to a desktop or a laptop. There have been many advancements in capture devices with the introduction of USB 3.0 ports, Full HD capture and instant share on social media.
Everybody knows that sharing your screen is easy with GoToMeeting and WebEX. Many people use GoToMeeting and WebEX to share their desktop or their webcam but what if you want to share a Android tablet?
Topics: Video Conferencing, Epiphan
Topics: Epiphan, Broadcasting