Bristol, England-based Pytch (formerly known as SXS Events) has launched The Virtual Venue to serve clients’ communications needs as the industry moves from staging live events to live streaming during the coronavirus pandemic and into the future. In the powerfully-equipped Virtual Venue Analog Way’s Ascender 48 multi-output seamless switcher and videowall processor drives content on a massive 3.9mm LED videowall backdrop.Learn more
A new state-of-the-art media production facility at a major US children’s hospital, funded by private donations, gives ambulatory patients a chance to participate in content creation while children in isolation can join in as interactive participants. Children are having fun creating content for an in-house, closed circuit radio and television station.
JCM Global® and Analog Way have partnered to bring cutting-edge LED video displays to casinos across the country, the latest being the new Desert Diamond West Valley Casino in Glendale, Arizona. JCM engineered a digital signage solution utilizing two fully-loaded Analog Way Aquilon C+ 4K/8K multi-screen presentation systems and videowall processors to drive displays in Desert Diamond’s Winners Sports Bar, bingo room and poker room.Learn more
ERGO AG, one of the largest insurance groups in Germany and across Europe, held a 2020 kick-off event in Nuremberg for employees celebrating the previous year’s success and recommitting workers to high-performance goals in the new year.Learn more
A&V Soluciones Audiovisuales Mexico used Analog Way’s Aquilon RS2 4K/8K multi-screen presentation system and videowall processor to drive all the video on stage at Walmart’s JIA 2020 event held by Walmart Mexico and Central America. Analog Way’s Ascender 16 multi-output 4K seamless switcher and Shot Box² controllers were also employed to support the event presented by the company’s Annual Start Board.Learn more
Since its debut in 2008 The Comcast Experience, one of the world’s largest continuous LED video displays, has become a Philadelphia phenomenon. Designed by David Niles and built by Niles Creative Group, the LED wall in the lobby of Comcast Center runs custom-tailored programming 18 hours a day to the delight of visitors and those working in the center. The Comcast Holiday Spectacular, seasonal programming featured between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, has become a family tradition attracting millions of people since its annual run began.Learn more