Product Review: Casio Signature Series Projectors

June 1, 2011   
  Wow, when TA started to look at what would be a good, respectable, small (read light weight) bright, wide screen projector for our team to use for meetings at client offices, we did not expect our final choice to

TA Project Highlight: Mountain View Senior Center

December 1, 2006   
Thorburn Associates was hired to design the technology infrastructure, that is, locations for all the loudspeakers, projection screens, future locations for equipment racks, conduits and power requirements during the design phase of the Mountain View Senior Center. The one story

Students to Have Access to New Technology for Film, Music and Dance

October 1, 2006   
The Performing Arts Facility on the De Anza Community College campus in San Jose, CA is under construction. The building is designed as a multi-use facility serving as classroom space, an auditorium, exhibition area and lobby. Established in 1967, De

Widescreen: The New Standard?

June 1, 2004   
The other “big thing” at InfoComm 2004 is projector manufacturers are finally delivering “widescreen projection” by actually shipping native resolution widescreen digital projectors. For the past 6 years, the projection industry has moved from analog projectors to digital projectors (the

Display Technology – Part 2

October 1, 1999   
In a previous blog post we covered the differences between projectors and monitors and looked at the advantages and disadvantages of current technology including analog verses digital technology. In this issue we will look at the features of brightness, resolution,

Display Technology – Part 1

June 1, 1999   
Purchasing the right video/computer projector can be a challenge. First you see an ad in a magazine touting the benefits of a $6000 projector. Then you see a portable computer projector at the office supply store sitting next to a