August 27, 2008
Qt Quiet technology is the newest SOUND MASKING, PAGING and MUSIC innovation for the workplace. Miniature, direct-field speakers guarantee sound uniformity, while an intuitive plug-and-play control system allows for easy specification and installation. Sound masking, paging and music functions ENSURE PRIVACY, PRODUCTIVITY and ENHANCED COMMUNICATION in all offices spaces. Qt Quiet technology is the simplest, most flexible and intuitive distributed audio system available. Truly a generation ahead!
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New Cronkite Facility Activates Streetscape
The six-story, 223,000-square-foot Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University (ASU) conveys energy and activity. Features include 4K rear screen video projection, robotic cameras, camera breakout boxes, and mobile elements that animate as they interact with hot air.
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Three Acts in One
Designed as the most flexible auditorium in North America, the Harman Center for the Arts in Washington, D.C. boasts the ultimate in flexibility: The theatre can be arranged in an open-end stage, proscenium, or thrust stage. Its audio system can easily be adapted for the spoken word or music, a tremendous feat in versatility.
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Webinar on the Harman Center for the Arts
Learn about this award-winning project firsthand from the professionals who worked on it by attending a FREE webinar Sept. 3.
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Hilton Beijing Draws Inspiration from Forbidden City
The hotel, which opened in time for the Olympics, features a lobby that looks like the floor of a spacious country house but hosts high-tech features throughout the building. In rooms, iPod docking stations, 42-inch flat screen LCD TVs, and DVD players are in play. Meeting rooms include wireless Internet access; cable television; and an in-building cellular repeater antenna to ensure uninterrupted service in periods of high business usage.
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• August 20, 2008 Sleek New Baltimore Hotel Opens This Week
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• August 06, 2008 Art Museum Connects Campus, Community
• July 30, 2008 Victorious Place Making
• July 23, 2008 Scenic Symbolism at Casino Resort
• July 16, 2008 Hotel Gets a Facelift
• July 09, 2008 Make Me Over!
• July 02, 2008 Flexible Tech for a Fresh Future
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