The Seattle Art Museum unveils a multimedia exhibit, including digital technologies that bring the artist’s creations to life, creating an immersive environment that combined legacy museum pieces with cutting-edge digital works.
Not just your average conference room: The University of Washington adds a multipurpose collaboration space, giving researchers and clinicians the ability to work together on a 2x3 video wall for data visualization, 3-D imaging and presentations.
This construction firm was able to accurately portray visualizations of future buildings to their clients, saving time and money, with NEC’s PH1202HL laser projector.
This hospital transformed their atrium with an interactive video wall that helped take children’s and families’ minds off of the circumstances of their visits.
Moravian College enhanced their new rehabilitation sciences department with NEC displays to help enable graduate students to become successful healthcare practitioners.
Madame Tussauds used NEC displays and projectors to create an immersive multimedia museum exhibit for the “Ghostbusters” reboot.
St. Joseph Catholic Church enhanced their congregation’s worship experience with NEC digital projectors.
NEC’s direct-lit displays help Central California charity events shine even brighter
Major international artist Tabaimo found a cutting-edge, durable projector to show off the room-size animations during a six month exhibition at the San Jose Museum of Art.
NEC Touchscreen Displays Turn Up the Heat on Learning for Florida School District
NEC’s color-critical displays bring needed accuracy to nonprofit digital arts lab in Chicago
Looking for a way to impress visitors with bright, captivating images, Zones Inc. chose a 3x3 NEC Display Solutions’ video wall as the solution.
The Colorado State Emergency Operations Center needed upgraded and unfailing technology that would help them swiftly respond to hazardous incidents throughout the state which is what they found with NEC Display Solution’s video wall.
Little Rock School District needed to upgrade their projector technology in order to continue integrating multimedia lessons into the classroom and to continue being a leader in bringing state-of-the-art technology to its students.
To help inspire students to pursue STEM careers, Charlottesville High School equipped their new lab with NEC video walls.