Front Vs. Rear Projection – Questions and Answers
April 1, 1994
From an entertainment point of view there is probably nothing more impressive than going to a first run cinema (front projection) and being enveloped by the large screen and catchy plot. That’s great if the purpose is for entertainment or
Tech Notes: Hydraulic Pile Drivers Work Out of a Tight Spot, Quietly
September 1, 1993
Driving piles is typically considered one of the noisiest, most disruptive activities at a construction job site. The increased noise and vibration levels can disrupt ongoing client activity as well as adjacent neighbors. However, new hydraulic pile-driving equipment may change
Tech Notes: Ceiling Mounted Microphones – A Solution or a Problem?
June 1, 1993
With hopes of eliminating tabletop or podium microphones, End Users, Designers and Architects frequently ask, “What about sticking them on the ceiling?” Usually, what seems like an easy solution is not the best solution. Ceiling mounted microphones are not recommended
New Acoustical Product at AIA National Convention ’92!
June 1, 1992
While attending the recent AIA ’92 National Convention in Boston we took the opportunity to search the trade floor for new building materials with acoustical benefits. The following summarizes our finds: Among the more promising displays were acoustical wall and