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International African American Museum to Feature Sony Technology to Inspire and Facilitate Education

The International African American Museum (IAAM) announced this week that Sony Corporation of America will be making a $1.7 million product donation to the museum. The in-kind donation is made Read more

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US Housing Starts Decline to Lowest Level Since Early 2021
August 16, 2022
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August 16, 2022
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UMF Corporation Introduces Sticky Particle Roller for Hospitality
August 15, 2022
Northbrook, Ill. – Aug. 10, 2022 – UMF Corporation today introduced the PerfectCLEAN Sticky Particle Roller, which helps ensure every surface in the hotel guest room is spotless. The Sticky Particle Read more
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International African American Museum to Feature Sony Technology to Inspire and Facilitate Education
January 13, 2021
The International African American Museum (IAAM) announced this week that Sony Corporation of America will be making a $1.7 million product donation to the museum. The in-kind donation is made Read more
How AI Could Change the Drive-Thru Ordering Experience Forever
July 20, 2020
  There is a certain satisfaction to being a regular at a place of business. While “the usual” may seem like the domain of a small-town diner or a neighborhood coffee shop, that Read more
Why Content Is King in the Drive-Thru
July 9, 2020
  Driving through at a fast-food restaurant or other business is a familiar process for many people. But it also can be one filled with pressure. There’s the voice on the other end, the Read more
NanoSessions: Disruptive Technology is Being Used to Reduce Interruptions
November 1, 2019
  A common refrain heard in the Pro AV space is the admiration for all of the newest technological advances. On this episode of NanoLumens' NanoSessions, Joel Krieger, Chief Creative Read more
Looking Back at Neon Days Past
October 4, 2019
  Neon signs conjure images of days past at illuminated drive-in restaurants glowing orange, red, and blue, but many people don't realize most all modern signage uses neon. On this Read more
The Future Is Bright, Literally, for New Mini LED Technology
September 25, 2019
  There's so much new technology coming down the digital display pike in the next decade that our guest today on the Pro AV Podcast is almost giddy. For this new episode, host Sean Heath Read more
NanoSessions: The Intellectual Property Behind Each NanoLumens Display
September 24, 2019
By their very nature, inventions are the first of their kind. That's exciting for someone like Ted Heske, Director of Intellectual Property for NanoLumens who has devoted his life to emerging Read more
LEDTalk: Great Visual Displays Start with a Purpose for Their Content
September 23, 2019
  Think about the last great visual experience you've seen. Can you name the hardware components, the types of light used, or the specifications of the speakers that accompanied this Read more
Video Vices: How Consumers’ High Demand for Engaging Content is Impacting Video Distribution
September 9, 2019
  Content is king, and that’s no more apparent than in today’s media-driven economy. Businesses across all kinds of industries are looking for reliable ways to circulate media across Read more