Make pinching your touchscreen a reality

We’ve all gotten used to the idea of pinching, sliding and prodding our touchscreen devices but we’d never expect to actually pick up a piece of the action. MIT’s Media Lab has created the option with an elasticated touchscreen that

By    |    April 19, 2013 Read more

Medium visit Paragon HQ for training day

Here at Paragon Multimedia, we are always trying to further our team’s knowledge when it comes to the audio-visual world. Whether it’s newer staff learning the basics, or keeping up to date with the latest trends, we like to keep

By    |    March 14, 2013 Read more

True Colours display video wall expertise

Midwich’s technical division True Colours joined forces with many of their manufacturers on Friday to cover all aspects of a technology that continues to get bigger and bolder – the video wall. With multi-display systems continuing to spread throughout sectors

By    |    March 11, 2013 Read more

AV April showers come early at the Barbican gallery

The Rain Room exhibit at London’s Barbican art gallery may have finished last weekend, but it has by no means been forgotten. The visual marvel, which was created by young art group Random International, offered visitors the opportunity to walk

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Bett 2013 – Action from the show

If you were unfortunate enough to miss this year’s bustling BETT show, do not fear, for our team were able to catch some of the stand-out products live in action! From interactive whiteboards to ultra short throw projectors, there was

By    |    March 7, 2013 Read more

ISE 2013 breaks records to celebrate 10th birthday

Paragon Multimedia was lucky enough to be one of the 45,000 visitors through the doors of the rammed RAI in Amsterdam, making it the best-attended AV trade show ever held. With 900 exhibitors also beating the world record, ISE 2013

By    |    February 6, 2013 Read more

BETT focus: The importance of audio in classrooms

Despite taking up half of the term “audio-visual”, the impact of audio on offer at BETT seemed to be lacking. Although many of the latest interactive screens had integrated speakers, there was only a small cross-section of companies offering speakers

By    |    February 5, 2013 Read more

BETT Focus: Classroom Collaboration and BYOD

Despite a few visitors complaining about the lack of public Wi-Fi on offer at an event that promotes technology, the BETT show was trending on Twitter for the second day in a row! The demand for Wi-Fi is proof that

By    |    February 4, 2013 Read more

Day 1 at BETT 2013

Despite clashing with equally popular AV event ISE this year, the DLR line was still rammed with teachers and techies heading to the opening day of BETT at its new home in the ExCel. Plenty of children were also in

By    |    January 30, 2013 Read more