Bazillion Pictures won a Gold National ADDY at the American Advertising Federation 2015 Award Show for The Monument Comes Alive, a 3D animated projection mapping of Union Station in Kansas City.
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The Sonic Rose sound spatialization operatic multimedia experience from Paris-based art and design collective Danny Rose made its debut at the The Eyes Of The Resistance in April.
Union Station’s Beaux-Arts facade was recently transformed into a canvas for The Monument Comes Alive, a 3D projection mapping video that was the centerpiece for the iconic Kansas City building’s centennial celebration.
On New Year’s Eve, Los Angeles residents will have an opportunity to witness one of the largest 3D digital mapping displays in Los Angeles history.
Christie donated a digital projector, screen, and audio system to Children’s Hospital of Orange County that helped create a dedicated movie theater for the children and their families.
Discovery Park of America has opened in Union City, Tennessee, offering visitors a world-class entertainment and educational experience with more than 70,000-square feet of exhibits on nature, science, technology, history and art.
Tony Miceli has joined Electrosonic as executive consultant working with the entertainment sales and the design consulting teams. He will be based in Electrosonic’s Orlando office.
On Saturday, August 9th, Rooftop Films and Storm King Art Center will co-present a special night of short films sited among the sculptures and meadows of the Art Center. This first-ever film ramble features films screened on five separate screens. Walking from one screen to the next under an August super moon, audience members are invited to discover beautifully curated collections of new short films
Christie has installed a Solaria CP2230 DLP digital cinema projector for the Space Tour 4D Theater at South Korea's largest theme park, Everland. Its Korean partner, Eugenetek Corporation, assisted Christie in the installation. The effort is part of the renewal process for the immensely popular Space Tour 4D Theater.
Mirada teamed up with UCLA to create a one-of-a-kind film designed specifically for projection onto the façade of the University's iconic Royce Hall. The 10-minute film produced at 5K+ resolution was developed from beginning to end by Mirada, and became a true passion project for the creative team; Mirada co-founder Javier Jimenez is a UCLA alum, and the company has participated in mentorship programs with UCLA students for several years.