audiovisual


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audiovisual

[¦ȯd·ē·ō¦vizh·ə·wəl]
(communications)
Pertaining to methods of education and training that make use of both hearing and sight.
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Panel discussions, conferences, and public talks on the importance of preserving important audiovisual documents,Special film screenings.
Helping the region's audiovisual professionals and distributors understand market opportunities is InfoComm MEA 2014, the region's leading trade exhibition and summit on the audiovisual market, organised by InfoCommAsia and the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Ainda no intuito de se compreender como o mercado audiovisual historicamente construiu suas dissonancias, Lia Bahia, em Politicas de integracao entre cinema e televisao no Brasil, lanca um olhar sobre os diferentes tratamentos recebidos pelo cinema e pela televisao ao longo dos anos, tanto no que tange a analise teorica dos mesmos, quanto no que se refere as politicas desenvolvidas.
USIS Audiovisual will offer unique value to its customers by" having AV resources, carpenters, and electricians all working together within the same-organizational structure," Hutchins added.
to increase the circulation of European audiovisual works inside and outside the European Union
Media room design and installation, with all its required accoutrements--sound and image technology and accessories--are a sweet spot for electronics consultants, home contractors, and audiovisual retailers, who are staying busy turning family rooms into entertainment havens and business conference rooms into office communication hubs.
state and local government audiovisual market, examines how equipment is used in government today and projects future growth opportunities for audiovisual providers who supply the government with solutions for command and control centers, public services, transportation monitoring, briefing rooms, training, collaborative conferencing, information displays, remote control monitoring, courtrooms, city or council meetings and more.
From a systems perspective, low-cost digital signal processing (DSP) technology has revolutionized the design of audiovisual systems, from recording and postproduction to presentation and display.
Each project involves an entire community, with members taking on a variety of audiovisual production responsibilities; sometimes doing the lighting, sometimes the camera work, other times directing or script writing--there's no one individual with sole authorship or creative control.
Audiovisual training yielded substantial improvement on tests of spelling and reading speed and comprehension, the researchers say.
What isn't quite so clear is who should take responsibility for preserving Canada's audiovisual past.