Equipping You To Be the Best!
Have you ever wondered how some of those special features work on your AV equipment? Here at Lambda AV we are dedicated to making your AV experience the best it can be! In our efforts to do this, did you know that Lambda offers classes and training sessions at your convenience? Yes! We do! We would love to help you and your volunteers better understand any AV equipment you have. From lighting and video to sound systems we've got you covered!
Training sessions are created for your specific needs. Lambda offers training for a few hours on any system. We also offer half day training and full day training with a free lunch provided! If a full day of training and a tasty meal isn't enough we also offer training with a checkup beforehand. This includes updating your system and fixing any connection issues you might have. Sound specific training can include your band or we can come set up multi-track recording, if your system is compatible, and practice using those tracks. The opportunities and options are limitless! There is no point in having new gear if you don't know how to use it to it's best ability. Let us show you all the tips and tricks we know!
If you are interested in knowing more about our classes and training, give us a call for a free consult.
I've been traveling Italy for the last few weeks and never imagined that I'd be learning AV history alongside viewing priceless art! But, when you love what you do, you can't help noticing these things!
Did you know that Leonardo da Vinci invented the first projector??
Leonardo was a brilliant inventor and experimented with multiple mechanisms, many of which we still use today! It just so happens one of his inventions was the idea of the projector!
Leonardo's invention related to the propagation of light through mirrors and a lens which proved useful over time and led into the film industry.
The Projector allowed you to create a "lun ume bello et grande" or "A big beautiful light" using only a single candle.
When lit inside the box, the candle's luminous flux is strengthened when reflected in the rear mirror. When inclined, the latter reflects the light produced into the concave lens, projecting a quadrupled beam of light.
Well, now you know! So don't you forget it!
Model of Leonardo da Vinci's projector invention