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The Art of Painting with Digital Signage

Digital Signage Stories

Release Date: 09/12/2019

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With millions of travelers and tourists constantly passing through, Orlando International Airport (MCO) is one of the largest and busiest airports in the U.S. Looking to simplify and improve the customer experience, while also providing a bit entertainment, MCO worked directly with Synect to develop a strategy that provides pleasure and convenience at every major touch point throughout the North Terminal.

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The Art of Painting with Digital Signage show art The Art of Painting with Digital Signage

Digital Signage Stories

On this episode, Second Story's Technical Director Matt Arnold joins us to share how their team curated the projections within the Thomas Cole House and tastefully hid the technology in order to showcase the value of the paintings themselves. The project won Second Story a Bronze APEX Award at Digital Signage Expo 2019. For more case study information about project, click here.

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On this episode, Pronto TV’s Head of Marketing and Analytics Jørn Olsen joins us to share how his team designed a digital signage ecosystem in each Pink Fish Restaurant  location and how that won them a Silver APEX Award at Digital Signage Expo 2019. For more case study information about project, click here.

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The 260,000-square-foot One Culver building, historically known as Sony Pictures Plaza, began massive renovations in 2017. Gensler and Associates led the renovation charge, and StandardVision was the chosen partner to digitally enhance the building’s famous glass atrium. Now, the revamped One Culver building is designed to cater to the needs of creatives and techies while the glass atrium greets each guest with sunlight and a massive 55-foot by 16.5-foot-tall LED Wall.

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Digital Signage Stories

The 260,000-square-foot One Culver building, historically known as Sony Pictures Plaza, began massive renovations in 2017. Gensler and Associates led the renovation charge, and StandardVision was the chosen partner to digitally enhance the building’s famous glass atrium. Now, the revamped One Culver building is designed to cater to the needs of creatives and techies while the glass atrium greets each guest with sunlight and a massive 55-foot by 16.5-foot-tall LED Wall.

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Digital Signage Stories

The 260,000-square-foot One Culver building, historically known as Sony Pictures Plaza, began massive renovations in 2017. Gensler and Associates led the renovation charge, and StandardVision was the chosen partner to digitally enhance the building’s famous glass atrium. Now, the revamped One Culver building is designed to cater to the needs of creatives and techies while the glass atrium greets each guest with sunlight and a massive 55-foot by 16.5-foot-tall LED Wall.

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Digital Signage Stories

The 260,000-square-foot One Culver building, historically known as Sony Pictures Plaza, began massive renovations in 2017. Gensler and Associates led the renovation charge, and StandardVision was the chosen partner to digitally enhance the building’s famous glass atrium. Now, the revamped One Culver building is designed to cater to the needs of creatives and techies while the glass atrium greets each guest with sunlight and a massive 55-foot by 16.5-foot-tall LED Wall.

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The University of Minnesota has delivered a space called The Discovery Nexus Project for students and guests alike. The design greets visitors with seven different digital signage touch points that tell the University’s story and improve connections amongst staff, students and alumni. With a combination of custom content creation and strategic design from partners Tierney Brothers and Microgigantic, the job was completed using transparent LED, interactive touchscreens, curved direct view LED walls and mor

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K-12 School District Finds the Power of Digital Signage show art K-12 School District Finds the Power of Digital Signage

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In the K-12 educational environment, the possibilities of digital signage often are just talked about. Rarely do these talks turn into reality as strict budgetary guidelines limit many school districts to invest in the bare necessities for the most students. The Hall County school district near metro Atlanta is another story. Local provider Visix has managed to install its AxisTV solution, along with LG LED displays, across a majority of Hall County’s 20 elementary, seven middle and seven high schools

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Minnesota Vikings fans are loyal and promise to revel in purple pride forever. This loyalty and pure love for football prompted the team to build a dedicated space for their legends, coaches and fans to share as one. With more than 50 years of history to cover, they partnered with Dimensional Innovations to highlight the entire story with multiple interactive spaces and a breathtaking 360-degree theater housed in the Minnesota Vikings Museum built in 2018.

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The Thomas Cole House is a National Historic site found between the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains. The entire landscape embodies the vibrant style and presence of painter Thomas Cole, a major 19th-century English American voice and founder of the Hudson River School, and the site has recently embraced digitization and projection mapping from Second Story to breathe new life into the work for a new generation.

The Thomas Cole home is split into two parlors.  The East parlor now greets visitors with a large-scale projection presentation in which guests have an opportunity to experience all of Cole's work. In the West parlor, each guest is able to inhabit the space in Thomas Cole himself would host houseguests and discuss his creations.

On this episode, Second Story's Technical Director Matt Arnold joins us to share how their team curated the projections within the Thomas Cole House and tastefully hid the technology in order to showcase the value of the paintings themselves. The project won Second Story a Bronze APEX Award at Digital Signage Expo 2019. For more case study information about project, click here.