Qatar University uses innovative AV applications to create flexible sports and entertainment spaces.
DATA GATE is a permanent public art sculpture commissioned by the Chinese government in Nanjing, China.
The Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center is an engaging setting that represents NY Yankees catcher Yogi Berra.
Harvard Business School’s Klarman Hall is a large forum designed to connect voices to discuss critical issues.
Sviatovid is a 15-foot tall, 360-degree projection-mapped sculpture created by BARTKRESA studio.
The Alchemist restaurant utilizes AV technology to extend the dining experience beyond the plate.
The AV Experience Awards celebrate spaces where AV is employed to create the desired user experience.
There are many things you can do from the comfort of your home. So, what makes you jump to your feet and head out the door?
With space at a premium, large organizations are designing more and more flexible spaces that can be used for multiple purposes.
Have you ever entered a space and felt like you stepped into a different world or another era?
Technology has the ability to create a unique experience for each person – to make a moment memorable.
Great ideas don’t happen in a vacuum. To ensure all ideas are effectively shared, an environment that promotes collaboration is imperative.
We’re witnessing artists today employ audiovisual technology as their paint brush and canvas to leave people in awe.
The winners of the AV Experience Awards will be announced during InfoComm 2020 Connected on June 16, 2020.
Awards program recognizes the innovative integration of content, space, and audiovisual technology to enrich experiences.
AVIXA Senior Director of Strategic Relationships Pam Taggart explains what is unique and exciting about the new AV Experience Awards program.
AVIXA Chief Marketing Officer Dan Goldstein talks about the new AV Experience Awards.