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Food for Thought Innovative Display Technologies in Building Spaces

Food for Thought Sponsored by Thorburn Associates Innovative Display Technologies in Building Spaces

When: Thursday, October 12, 2017
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm (Check in begins at 5:30 pm)
Where: Tyler's Taproom
324 Blackwell Street
Durham, NC  27701
United States
Contact: 919-463-0333

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Innovative Display Technologies in Building Spaces

Thursday, October 12, 2017 |Tyler's Taproom | 324 Blackwell Street | Durham, NC

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm (Check begins at 5:30 pm)

CE Credit:  1 LU | Cost: AIA Members: Free / Non-members: $25


With evolving display technologies, there are numerous exciting new ways to include immersive experiences in to almost any part of a building. These can range from extremely large display walls to a minimalistic approach utilizing smaller, or more distinctive displays within a larger visual element. This class aims to educate on the physical display elements while at the same time expand the horizons of how and where it is possible to incorporate them.

Learning Objectives:

1.       After participating in this program, participants will have comprehensive knowledge of LED display technology.

2.       Participants will be aware of the options for installation methods and how to plan for them.

3.       Participants will have knowledge of the infrastructure required to specify LED display technology.

4.       Participants will be better informed of opportunities to incorporate display technologies into designs.

Presented by:

Michael J. Frank, CTS-D, XTP-E, Senior Associate

Mr. Frank is an AV Design Consultant with over 20 years in the AV industry, and 13 years experience specifically in design engineering. Prior to joining Thorburn Associates, he was the Engineering Manager at AVCON.  His responsibilities included managing the design-build engineering groups, as well managing specialty teams for House of Worship and commercial markets. Mr. Frank developed design criteria, provided infrastructure drawings, and coordinated with architects, MEP, and other trades to assure that completed projects were successful.

He is responsible for researching new technologies, ensuring that clients’ evolving needs are met.  Mr. Frank also assists in the testing of these technologies to confirm the functionality prior to installation.


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