One of the world’s most known train station, Berlin Friedrichstrasse, played a big role as a border station in the history of divided Germany (1949-1989). During the Cold War, Friedrichstraße became famous for being a station that was located entirely in East Berlin yet continued to be served by S-Bahn and U-Bahn trains from West Berlin as well as long distance trains from countries west of the Iron Curtain. The station also was a major border crossing between East and West Berlin.
When the College of Charleston (CoC) decided to reduce their carbon footprint in their New Science building on campus, they had several barriers to overcome. First, the space had large windows and high brightness LED lighting fixtures in the room, needed for task-oriented events, classes, and training sessions. To achieve their goals, they turned to local integrator Advanced Video Group.
When Church of the Resurrection outgrew its facilities in downtown [...]
Zero-G is a "levitating" motorized screen that is suspended by UHMwPE cables instead of black mask.
Slate® is an ambient light rejecting projection screen suited for environments with high ambient light.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recently asked Screen [...]