5 Ways to Improve Your Room Sound

Every room has its own sound and every surface in your room will reflect, diffuse or absorb sound to some degree. The combination of these interactions is what creates your "room sound."

Visual Resolution of Display Screens

The paper explains and illustrates the meaning of luminance modulation of visual display screens as basis for the perception of presented visual information and as basis for objective visual performance evaluation and rating of display screens.

Not Really: The Olympics Streams Aren't VR, But They Are Paving The Way

Yes, despite sucking up batteries and data plans, all that Rio Olympics stuff you streamed to your TV, computer, tablet and smartphone wasn't really VR.

Appy Time: Apps Are Cool, Convenient, Useful, Dangerous

Security shouldn't be just a checkmark before an app is released, it should be the starting point for developers.

CEDIA 2016 - Interview with Joe Piccirilli, RoseWater Energy Group

The Energy Management HUB from RoseWater Energy Group is a high end product in a new category that has to be introduced to the innovator and early adopter market segments.

How To Install Bass Shakers In Your Home Theater

Definitely consider decoupling your couch or chair from the floor using rubber feet or another type of isolation product. Proper isolation will help to keep the shake in your seat as opposed to dispersing it into the floor.

InstaMusician - Uncluttering the Stage

By carrying a discrete signal on each of the four pairs of Cat5 cable, the result for the designer or installer is having the luxury of three balanced audio lines, along with a single separate video line.

How a Cell Phone Signal Booster Can Keep You Safe and Secure

A cell phone signal booster is a valuable piece of kit even if you aren't expecting a natural disaster, helping you to stay fully connected when you most need it.

Consider the Audience: Your Presentation Is About Informing, Persuading, Not Selling

Whether your executive has been asked to make a one-hour keynote or be part of a five-person panel session, here's a dirty little secret … smart speakers don't try to fill the allotted time!

3 Home Audio Myths Totally Debunked

In order to accurately produce a wide variety of wavelengths simultaneously, you need speakers of different sizes.

Case Study: F4 Tornado Tracking

Using NetConnect's Watch Scroll they were able to watch the path of the tornado. Then used the information to contact their customers in the path of the storm and alert first responders as to where help was needed: all in real time.

Is That Really an Audio Speaker?

Speakers no longer have to look like speakers. They can now be part of the home's dcor or a person's wardrobe.

ELAN Helps To Seamlessly Unify Indoor and Outdoor Space in Contemporary Santa Barbara Home

Creating indoor and outdoor unity in a small space was not without its challenges.

Big Content: Studios, Nets Work to Leverage Viewers' Web Involvement

The challenge is how fast and flawlessly content is streamed to your big set or device.

Ethernet Speed Certification

Inspired by the IP industry where engineers have a huge resource of off-shelve tools and materials that they can call on to inspire new designs and easily create software to make things work, the Ethernet testing industry is quickly adopting an approach where testers are specifically designed to certify Ethernet.

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