The little red light was on wherever shop talk was happening. On the way to the airport, during booth tours, on the shuttle bus, in between classes, at BB Kings and all over Orlando during the InfoComm 2015 trade show.
Release Date: August 1, 2015
Running Time: 49:08
Consider the three audio clips featured in last months episode a teaser. Nate conducted thirty-five impromptu recording sessions during his time in Orlando. He sorted through all 110 minutes of raw audio to pick out the most insightful, entertaining and informative audio clips to share with you. Booth tours are great and you’ll hear some of that however, the main focus of this episode is on the conversations that occur in between booth tours and after hours. This story-based episode was strongly influenced by the podcasting style of Ira Glass, host of This American Life. A big thank you is in order to all the folks who contributed to this episode!
Table of Contents:
00:25 – Music Track: Skyline
01:20 – Mark Whittaker talking video conferencing technology
06:25 – Mark Coxon debating HDBaseT vs. video over IP
07:53 – Dinner at Brazilian Steakhouse Fogo de Chao
08:56 – Music Track: The 39
09:29 – Using the InfoComm App at the bus stop
11:52 – IS08 Networking Architecture for Video and Collaboration with Maxwell Kopsho
14:00 – Middle Atlantic booth with Matt Scott, Josh Stackhouse & Rebeca Villareale
16:15 – Music Track: Take Off
16:39 – Dawn Meade accepted as InfoComm adjunct faculty member
18:16 – UL03, Excellent quote from Paul Zielie, InfoComm 2015 educator of the year
19:00 – Vaddio booth with Mike Brandes
20:52 – Chris Neto giving his take on day one of the show
25:01 – Music Track: Huevos Rancheros
27:24 – Talk’n shop with Tim Albright at BB Kings
31:36 – Drunk Unkles taking us back to 1968
33:30 – Craig MacCormack wins guitar giveaway
34:22 – Music Track: The Cowboy
34:50 – IS36 Math for Audio and Acoustics with Robert Baum of Pacific Audio Consulting
35:31 – AVnu Aliance booth, an AVB/TSN presentation from Jeff Koftinoff
37:40 – Music Track: The Geek
39:10 – AV Tweet-Up, why should resi folks attend InfoComm?
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