The world's continuing fascination with new and better audiovisual (AV) technologies produced a blockbuster InfoComm International trade show this past June, with many companies focusing once again on the education market.
Products aimed at schools and colleges included an array of projection devices and software, interactive whiteboards, digital signage applications, digital monitors, and a variety of other AV equipment and software.
Held this year in Anaheim, InfoComm attracted a record 855 exhibitors--an 11-percent increase over last year's total, organizers reported. Total attendance topped 31,600, also a record.
The industry's dramatic expansion was underscored in the trade association's...