Tierney Brothers News 12-2-2013
The new NanoLumens amazing 6' tall (48"diameter) NanoWrap Digital Display at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
NanoLumens Digital Displays
Display options such as our NanoWrap allow you to add compelling digital elements to your space while complimenting the various curves and columns in your building's structure. When designing a space, why not dream big and enhance your architecture with a digital display designed specifically to suit your space's needs?
Wirelessly present PowerPoint, Excel, Word and PDF documents, as well as photos, from your personal iOs or Android mobile device. MacBook and PC laptops
With AirMediaTM anyone can walk into a room and wirelessly present PowerPoint, Excel, Word and PDF documents, as well as photos, on the room display from their personal iOS or AndroidTM mobile device. MacBook and PC laptops can be connected seamlessly as well, making presentations from most any device fast and easy. There are no wires to hook up, no complicated settings to configure, and no AV or control system is required. Simply connect via the local Wi-Fi network and start sharing content from your portable device. Learn More
Are you Forgetting Speech Privacy?
Corporate offices feature a variety of workspaces that require their own unique solutions for improving worker comfort, productivity, and speech privacy. Cambridge Qt Quiet Technology sound masking systems improve the acoustic environment, enabling employees to feel more comfortable and less distracted in corporate environments. Learn More
Tierney Brothers On The Job
Tierney Brothers Working on Ramsey County Attorney's Office and MN Public Utilites Commission
Tierney Brothers is proud to be a part of implementing interactive solutions in conference rooms and digital signange in shared areas of the Ramsey County Attorney's Office and also helping to meeting the complex digital technology needs of the large and small public hearing spaces at the MN Public Utilities Commission*
*Use of the images above does not imply endorsement or recommendation by the Public Utilities Commision of this service.
Airplay, AirMedia, or Something Else? Parsing Wireless Presentation Systems
By Brad Grimes, InfoComm International
Earlier this summer, Google came out with a gadget called Chromecast, which plugs into the HDMI port of a flat-panel HDTV and allows users to control the TV wirelessly from a mobile device and send video content to the screen. The mainstream media rejoiced. It was another technological step toward accommodating the explosion of smartphones, tablets, and other devices using Wi-Fi.
How Chromecast works aside (it pulls content from the cloud, needs USB power, and rides your crowded 2.4GHz Wi-Fi network), its announcement brought to mind Apple's AirPlay technology, and articles comparing the two started popping up. As many AV professionals know, AirPlay and Apple TV are among the latest consumer technologies on users' wish lists, whether for classrooms, conference rooms, or other presentation settings. With so many teachers, executives, and others carrying around iPads and iPhones, it was just a matter of time before they began requesting a capability they already enjoyed at home, namely the ability to wirelessly stream content from their devices to the screens at work. Read More