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A customer found us on the internet and needed some help with a rather unique control room. We traveled to their location to see how we could help and found this- a control room that was installed in the early 90's with black and white tube TVs, substandard lighting conditions, and inadequate seating. We also saw a bunch of features that were tacked on through the years to allow for...

The Future is now, as is the Furniture. The office furniture that you choose for your next conference room, boardroom or co-collaboration table is going to need to accommodate technology infrastructure. The Spye Team is always looking to deliver the best service and installation possible, but sometimes the furniture comes up short in helping to facilitate a neat and orderly experience. Here are a few things we at Spye like...

An illuminating article by one of our most trusted display manufacturing partners, Planar Systems, regarding the role of digital displays in the workplace. Did you know digital signage can help increase productivity, foster innovation and provide a valuable platform for internal communication in the workplace? At Spye we maximize the value of your digital signage investment and optimize your content strategy for sustainable ROI. Conference rooms, video walls, retail signage,...

Can you design a hologram? This is one of the most common questions we hear at Spye and it’s one that comes with a long answer. A hologram is the ideal visual display: visible from all angles, 3-dimensional without polarized viewing lenses, and free from the physical framework that often makes full suspension of disbelief difficult in a viewing experience. The complexity in the answer to this question lies in the fact...

Written by Conor McGill Try this simple exercise. Look closely at your screen, see if you can distinguish individual pixels. If you have a relatively new screen, it is likely that it will be difficult to see each pixel. Now, bring your eyes to within 12 inches of the screen, you will most likely start to see the pixels, and the overall picture will look more choppy. Now, bring your eyes...