Home Automation San Diego- Lunch and Learn
Kiwi Audio Visual welcomed ten guests to their board room to learn more about “Designing to Disguise-The Art of Hiding Technology,” which was a CEDIA class that counted for one CEU Credit. This course counts for CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT VALUES BY ASSOCIATION: Credit: 1.0 LU *Course Number: CIO038 AIA / AIBD / IDCEC*/ NARI *IDCEC governs the continuing education for the following associations: ASID, IDC, IDEC, and IIDA.
Here was the line up event-
Guests checked in at 10:45. Class started at 11 a.m., which was taught by Michelle Baker- regional showroom manager from Crestron in Los Angeles. Michelle has taught almost all of our classes and does an excellent job at
fielding questions, conveying the class information and making sure guests understand the main objectives from the CEU class.
After the class finished, everyone enjoyed light lunch Mexican food catered in from Rubios in Carlsbad. A tour of Kiwi Audio Visual headquarters followed.
This was Kiwi Audio Visual’s ninth event for lunch and learn classes. We will hold one more right before the holidays at the end of November. This will be great celebration as our 10th Lunch and Learn. If you would like to be added to our email list for these events, please email here to be added.
Thank you for all that attended, to the great employees at Kiwi and to Michelle Baker for doing an outstanding job as always as instructor of class.
CLASS DESCRIPTION- Designing to Disguise: The Art of Hiding Technology
Home electronics should integrate seamlessly into a home’s design and décor. This course reviews the three-pronged approach to hiding technology – advance planning, design philosophy, and product selection – which are available for minimizing the visual impact of electronics without compromising performance. Specific challenges and recommendations related to hiding video displays, projectors, speakers, controls, cameras, and equipment racks – among others – will be addressed. This course speaks to innovative and creative ways to lessen the visual impact of electronics by making them low-profile, hidden or camouflaged, or even invisible!
Learning objectives for this course:
*Review various residential systems and technologies and the unique approaches that can be used in the concealment process.
*Discuss how advance planning, design philosophy, and product selection affect the proper functionality of the installed products without compromising design integrity and aesthetics.
*Discuss methods and strategies for hiding technology in safe, convenient, and secure methods.
*Analyze technology implementation planning process.
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