Integrated information, communication, and technology (ICT) is the latest acronym that defines the work of consultants who are responsible for providing the design solutions and specification guidance that make enterprise spaces as functional and productive as possible. Just as our enterprise clients are, we are constantly adjusting to the metamorphosis in products, platforms, ecosystems and the user experience. Gaining mastery of the client’s collaboration workflow and IT-network roadmap is the secret sauce for integrating technologies into the organization’s global ecosystem. That’s because today’s decisions around unified collaboration (UC) are affecting the three most significant components of any facilities project: schedule, budget, and quality. Consultants have to be engaged earlier in the timeline, and we have to stay around longer to verify success.
Located in St. Louis, MO, the Angad Arts Hotel was looking to revamp the appearance of a floor-to-ceiling concrete support pillar located in the lobby lounge on the top floor of the hotel. Working with Chris Brackenbury, founder of Pixelwix, the team developed an innovative visual solution that would elevate the look of the hotel’s lobby lounge. The proposed solution was to create a large 360-degree projection screen surrounding the support pillar, and install projectors around the pillar, allowing media content to project onto the screen on a 24/7 basis.
Leveraging five Optoma ZH400UST projectors, as well as Pixelwix’s proprietary warping and blending tools and media player, the team was able to position the projectors on a custom slide rail on the center post and overlap the projected images to cover the entire 360-degree canvas.
The lounge of the Angad Arts Hotel lobby was successfully transformed into a visually captivating hotel entrance with a beautiful 360-degree installation in the shape of a lamp, dubbed the “Chameleon Lamp.” Designed to attract and welcome hotel guests, the visual installation also further enhances the hotel’s commitment to showcasing the work of local St. Louis artists and contributes to the Angad’s unique Art Deco experience.
NorthVision is a leading collaborative solution provider, focuses on designing the next generation technology that connects our lifestyles and workspace. VisionShare is not just a product, it is also designed to provide the best balance between user-friendly and advanced technology.
VisionShare’s innovative technology is a safe solution to collaborate and share information through WirelessHD 60GHz. Most corporations can invest thousands of dollars into security, but not every wireless platform requires such drastic measures. VisionShare provides a 100% effective solution to keep your private data safe.
6 reasons to explain VisionShare secure design system:
1. WirelessHD 60GHz Doesn’t Require an Internet Connection, which means that your data is protected against internet breaches. As WirelessHD doesn’t require any internet connection and cannot be found in the WiFi searching list, it is not possible to hack into the presentation you are transmitting.
2. Designed with End-to-End Content Protection. All content in the VisionShare system is being protected through HDCP and DTCP encryption. All raw data being transmitted is encrypted by unique and private keys for protection from both ends.
3. Run-on its Own Network System. There’s zero interference from other WiFi frequencies as VisionShare is having its own network without any setup required. Only a simple, stable and safe collaboration sharing system.
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The iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House were transformed into a digital canvas showcasing brilliant and lifelike projections to celebrate the Hindu festival of Diwali, and to observe Remembrance Day.
Designed, planned, and executed by Christie’s longstanding Australian partner The Electric Canvas (TEC), the projections were made possible using 14 Christie Crimson 3DLP laser projectors. The projection system was installed in four compact structures at the Overseas Passenger Terminal, some 400 meters from the Opera House on the opposite side of Circular Quay. TEC’s technical team set up and programmed the Crimson projectors with their usual aplomb and efficiency, ensuring pixel-accurate alignment of each projector with the Opera House’s architecture.