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Founded in 1990, with headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, World Wide Technology [WWT] has grown from a small AV product reseller into a global systems integrator with + 3,000 employees and over $7 billion in annual revenue.
When WWT had a need to integrate studio quality video lighting in their Customer Experience Center, they turned to Conference Technologies Inc. [CTI], conveniently headquartered in St. Louis, for their expert guidance.
The existing room task lighting contributed to unacceptable video images for WWT’s conferencing, recording and streaming. CTI engaged Brightline, a global leader in video image lighting, to design a lighting system to optimize the Experience Center’s video results.
Through unique designs that incorporate broadcast-quality lighting into linear, ceiling-recessed light fittings, Brightline is able to provide high-efficiency video lighting results with minimal environmental impact.
The Brightline LED Micro-T will provide WWT and their visitors with 50,000 of continuous, color-correct, energy-efficient lighting to enhance their video communications.
For a printable version, World Wide Technology.
Brightline was delighted to host the local Pittsburgh chapter of the IEEE for an informative evening reviewing video lighting criteria, installations, and fixture systems.
IEEE is the largest technical organization devoted to the advancement of technology to better humanity.
If last weeks’ engaging participants are any indication, the IEEE is well-suited to achieve its goal of inspiring a global community to improve the human condition through technology innovation and standards.
Learn more about IEEE and becoming a member at:
See Brightline’s Michael Zihmer talk about our newest LED products on the show floor at InfoComm 2016.
Check out the L1.2 and other NAB best product nominees here:
Business pundits agree that “viva voca”, more commonly known as “word of mouth” is the best marketing–with that reinforced, listen to the words from these reliable news pundits’ own mouths, after the launch of their Brightline lighting installation, the stellar work of Bruce Aleksander and Joe Cervone:
Jonathan Blackwood, an editor for Corporate TechDecisions, correctly sheds “light” on the topic of Videoconferencing in regard to true human collaboration,
“The disadvantage is that you aren’t in the office. Face to face interaction is still critical. Body language and facial expressions are still important to human interaction. Videoconferencing, however, oversteps these obstacles by putting people face to face.”
Read the full article here:
and visit www.brightlines.com to see video lighting solutions.
FTV Live posted their list of Best & Worst TV News Sets of 2014. Brightline’s SeriesONE, BL.16, T-Series and VideoPlus fixtures are highlighted on the best set of the year, Devlin Design Group’s set design for KTVA (Anchorage, AK). See FTVLive.com for more information.
SNK-SYNTEZ LTD strives to bring the most modern technology solutions to their clients, comprised largely of system integrators and installation companies serving the government, education, transportation, financial, entertainment, health, and hospitality market sectors.
Brightline proudly partners with SNK-SYNTEZ and shares these photos from their most recent seminar in Yekaterinburg (Ural, Russia) where 25 representatives from varying companies were trained on the Brightline product line.
For product and project support within Russia, please contact:
Congratulations to TV Tacoma on updating their outmoded tungsten lighting with a technically-advanced, energy-efficient Brightline and LupoLux system. The new lighting installation illuminates six sets, doubling the functionality of existing distribution capacity, while reducing electrical usage by over 75%.
See link below for full article, August 2014 edition of Government Video:
WAGA-TV, Fox-5, Atlanta debuts its modern, open and refreshing new set from Devlin Design under a versatile Brightline SeriesONE, BL.16, and Lupolux lighting package, mixing LED and fluorescent sources at 5600 degrees Kelvin to complement the sea blue tonality of the scenic design.
Fun Fact: In the mid-nineties, Brightline’s Joe Cervone and Earl Thomas relit WAGA.