If Everyone is SHOUTING….Maybe its time to whisper”
“The most dimensional immersive audio you've ever heard“. All too often the stepchild of the visual, sound is one of the most powerful tools in creating an emotional experience. We’ve pioneered a unique technology that creates amazing soundscapes to help tell your story. Audiences around the world have been truly captivated by the results.
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The Comcast Experience
One of the largest and highest resolution LED MediaWalls ever created. With a 10 million pixel canvas, images are beyond photorealistic and appear real and dimensional rather than representational. Periodically the MediaWall goes into a “rest state” and is able to seamlessly mimic the architecture and wood panels of the lobby.
The Latuda Experience
Attendees entered the main booth through a tunnel experience enhanced with variety of WOW technologies. LaserSound was dramatically used to re-create the experience of “Hearing Voices In Your Head” that often occur with patients suffering from Schizophrenia. Additionally HyperViewers, a custom iPad App, 3D Stereoscopic Medical Animation, and a Monolithic videowall enhanced the viewer experience.
BMS Abilify Launches
10 Free-Floating different shaped WowScreens spanned a 40’ theater for the launch of Abilify, a drug indicated for the treatment of schizophrenia. The presentation was enhanced by the use of stereo wireless headsets using WowSound dimensional audio
Novartis Rotating AtlasMan
A 20’ high sculpture of an anatomical man holding a 7’ round WowScreen continuously rotated in the center of the Novartis booth. 4 synchronized projectors projected content on the screen as it rotated a full 360º. The sculpture served as a dynamic beacon attracting attendees to the booth across the exhibition hall. A tunnel experience featured paper-thin electroluminescent panels and interactive multimedia.
Novo Nordisk and Sunovion R&D
Clients sometimes ask us for “Holographic” solution akin to the Star Wars Princess Leia effect. Alas, to date there is not a true dimensional /volumetric hologram available. But we have had great success utilizing HoloView, a Holographic-Like technology that creates the illusion of objects floating in space.
SUNOVION LED GLOBES
To highlight the theme of globalization for Sunovion’s Research and Development division we created animations that were played on round globes with embedded LED’s
G.W. BUSH PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY
A custom rig was created to film content for a 360º Degree Theater Experience surrounded by a 160’x 21’ immersive experience that greets visitors as they enter the building.
A large lightweight LED ceiling covered the booth and displayed a blood flow animation. A round interactive WowScreen App floated in space and, when attendees stepped on the carpet in front of the screen, panels of smart glass were activated to provide them with privacy when navigating through the content.
Virtual Reality Theater
A major networking company had us create a 3D experience that combined 3D VR Goggles and 3D Dimensional sound to engage top executives at its booth.
NYSE Event “History of Information”
EMC was looking for a way to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their flagship Symmetrix product on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. One of several deliverables was a innovative, high paced “Time Capsule” video piece that highlighted the “History of information…in a mere 55 seconds”.
4 Times Square
The only building in New York City that as part of the Times Square redevelopment project was zoned to include an electronic feature on its upper floors.
Airport See Thru 360º Kiosk
Airports asked us to create a novel way to clearly display dynamic flight information using See-Thru 360º kiosks.
Thirty synchronized LCD screens created a virtual portal through which visitors entered the Kaspersky Learning Experience.
A panoramic wide screen display and content at Covidien’s new visitor center.
AMGEN AUDIO EXPERIENCE
Attendees at Amgen’s booth were given complimentary earbuds and plugged them in to a media-rail in order to experience a presentation enhanced by WowSound dimensional audio.
New York Stock Exchange Virtual Reality Presentation Center
A Virtual Reality Presentation Room controlled by a Multi-Touch glass conference table.
Lunesta Rotating Theater
For the launch of the sleep medication Lunesta, we created individual HDTV viewing pods equipped with noise cancelling headsets playing Dimensional WOWSound. The entire theater was installed on a stage that rotated to enclose seated attendees in a private, protected viewing environment conducive to “concierge" style learning.
ASCO ONCOLOGY INTERACTIVE FUNDRAISER
The longer and faster attendees pedal, the higher the donations for cancer research and treatment.
BMS Patient Survival Stories Gallery
LaserSound was employed to elegantly beam discrete audio to attendees as they navigated through high-resolution patient success story portraits.
AMGEN ASCO PROJECTION
3 20’ synchronized screens served as beacons for Amgen across the trade show floor.
PYRAMID MEDIA SCULPTURES
Interactive video sculptures attracted attendees to the booth and told a compelling story of bandwidth complexity and innovative solutions.
Apple WOW screen product launch
We welcomed attendees to an Apple users group conference with a WowScreen, cut in the shape of the Apple logo, suspended over the entrance to the venue.
GE Road Tour
A Moving Experience is a catalyst for creating a tactile and emotional connection with your audience through a dynamic, innovative use of the latest technologies. In the case of the GE Baby Wellness Tour, we brought experiences to the public on a road tour. A completely custom-designed, self-contained 48’ exhibition trailer featuring an actual (not virtual) “unit-in-operation”, provided Free Obstetric, Mammographic and Osteoporosis screening.
Macy’s Anual Meeting
For Macy’s annual meeting we helped create a 700’ x 30” Virtual Reality environment fed by 21 synchronized video projectors. Outside the VR room meeting a Star shaped WowScreen projected each of the 1500 attendees' portraits in a fast paced video montage.
888 Boylston St.
WOW worked with Boston Properties as technical and creative consultants the 888 Boylston street project. The end result was approval of a large, high-resolution, photorealistic, 2.4 mm, LED seamless 2-sided MediaWall with integrated audio speakers and additional future capability to allow for interactivity if needed or desired. The 2-sided screen configuration offers wonderful possibilities for engaging content. At times we may map our content across both screens as a single image while at other times we intend to use the 2 screens as separate sources in a more creative way.
The EATON iWall is an interactive device whose monitor slides along a track with the content changing as it is moved. The iWall creates an interactive experience that informs, entertains, motivates, educates and engages virtually any audience regardless of the venue. It is an innovative way to let people control the delivery of in-depth content in a flexible format. Graphics, animation, audio and video content can all be navigated by simply sliding the LCD monitor.
City Center, Washington D.C.
The City Center project in Washington DC, employed an unusual placement of high definition video screens covering two walls and the ceiling, to convey a thrilling effect of “Total Immersion”. Imagine stepping into an inside-out Aquarium filled with floating fish, or into a brisk waterfall without getting wet. This installation is a great example of technology serving pure art.