BrightSign provided digital signage for the Zurich Film Festival. The project – a collaboration between BrightSign, Imaculix and the festival’s organisers – included more than 70 screens deployed in four major event venues located throughout Zurich.
An innovative storytelling experience from a Swedish entertainment company is being rolled out across supermarkets with the goal of keeping children amused while shopping. Storytrail is the brainchild of Anna Lantz, CEO of children’s media production company Maj Maj Måne.”
Apex Audio, a professional audio design and supply company based in California, USA, completed an AV system installation at Temple Israel in California, that features audio processing and distribution as well as control of the video and lighting equipment with QSC Audio Q-Sys Core 500i DSP and routing system.
American provider of digital signage solutions YCD Multimedia has started to install an innovative platform in US Bowlmor bowling centres that provides on-screen music and video entertainment. The project aims to create a more show-like and fun dance club atmosphere where the game is combined with visual effects and music, according to the audience's taste.
Moscow's Satirikon Theatre opened its season with a production of Romeo and Juliet directed by Konstantin Raikin. Four Christie Roadster S+20K 3-chip DLP projectors (each 20000 lumens) were installed in the projection room at the side of the auditorium, in order to project images onto the structures on stage from a distance of 23 metres.
The 25th edition of Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day ‘Funny For Money’ TV broadcast has so far raised a record amount of £75 million-plus for charities in the UK and Africa and was watched by millions of people across the UK.
BlackBerry launched its new Z10 with two attractions at two UK shopping centres: A ‘working’ ten-foot high smartphone created by AV specialists PSCo Rental using videowall technology. PSCo Rental provided a turnkey package to trade partner TC Communications Ltd for this project, including recommending and providing the display solution, logistics and technical support.
The history of tractor construction is synonymous with the history of the Fendt company from Marktoberdorf, Germany. Today, the Fendt brand is owned by the AGCO Corporation, one of the largest manufacturers of agricultural machinery in the world and the company’s development process is supported by modern technology, which is reflected in the company’s internal virtual reality centre. On a 5m x 2.6m large passive stereo powerwall, CAD models of various agricultural machines are visualised. The aim of the new VR system is both the improvement of product quality as well as cost optimisation.
Not every university has the chance to work with multitouch displays, but students of Queensland University of Technology in Queensland, Australia, have the chance to interact with content bigger than ever before.
The New York City Performing Arts Centre recently benefited from a major renovation program which has transformed the venue into a premium destination for drama and music performances.