See how a large retail destination complex re-imagines excess retail space into a multipurpose event space.
See how one creative company uses projection mapping to celebrate local and regional artists safely and remotely during a pandemic.
See how one university revamps an iconic but underused stadium to add classroom, research, student life, media, performance, meeting, event, faith and hospitality spaces and transform campus life.
For theater operators, success can hinge on providing an enhanced cinema experience for moviegoers. From the minute customers engage with digital movie posters; through the lobby via ticketing kiosks, digital menu boards in concession & entertainment areas, large screens in bar areas; and into the auditorium itself with cinema projectors, these solutions have the power to deliver a transformative cinema experience.
Four years ago, Bayside Church was inspired to provide an unparalleled Christmas light show to the community. The church set up a multi-zone, drive-thru Christmas light display that has attracted massive crowds every year since it opened. Read more about this traffic stopping case study.
Classrooms look very different than they did a decade ago. Students and educators are reaping the benefits of collaboration that was not possible until recently. So when a university saw a way to enhance its medical sciences education spaces by making them more interactive and collaborative, it turned to technology. Read more about the challenge and solution in this case study.
World-class natural history museums continuously strive to create extraordinary experiences for visitors, and that means finding creative ways to transport people of all ages into a specific tableau or era. So when Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History began the process of moving its famous Tyrannosaurus rex specimen to a new home within the museum, curators saw an opportunity to immerse visitors in the dinosaur’s world.
Museum Uses NEC Projector to Show Classical artwork as Multicolored Masterpieces. Using a projector allowed a San Francisco art museum to present the unexpectedly colorful past of ancient sculptures and artifacts.