Inland AV Open House Features Digital Projection 3D Demonstration

ATLANTA, GA - February 9, 2009 - Inland AV, an audiovisual products and services integrator based in Canada, will hold an open house event on February 12, 2010, in the Chateau Louis Hotel & Conference Centre.

ATLANTA, GA - February 9, 2009 - Inland AV, an audiovisual products and services integrator based in Canada, will hold an open house event on February 12, 2010, in the Chateau Louis Hotel & Conference Centre. Entitled "Reaching for AV Gold," Inland AV will showcase some of the most innovative commercial AV products available today. Leading manufacturers will also hold in -depth training seminars on key topics such as implementing 3D applications, creating a sound digital infrastructure, and interactive learning spaces for education applications. Registration is open and available at Inland AV's "Reaching for AV Gold" portal by clicking here or calling 780 -423 -4833.




Ideal attendees include those interested in exploring the latest technological advances in commercial AV, as well as those wanting an insider's tour of cutting -edge technologies given by industry -leading manufacturer representatives. Attendees will leave the open house with a better understanding of both present and future possibilities in the AV market.



Educational seminars at the open house include:



• Astounding 3D for Commercial Applications with Digital Projection's TITAN Dual 1080p 3D projector - presented by Paul Gomes, West Coast Sales Manager, Digital Projection Inc.



• The Analog to Digital Transition and Your AV Investment - presented by Richard Ridge, CTS, Kramer Electronics Canada



• Epson 450Wi: The New Interactive Projector for Educators - presented by Jared Scott, Epson Canada



Other participating companies include Hitachi, AMX, Tandberg, Kramer, Bose and many more. In addition to the wide array of product showcases and manufacturer instruction, attendees will have the chance to win Bose in -ear headphones and Honeywell power presenter technology, as well as prizes from Bosch, Sharp and Winstead.




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