PRESENTATIONS

  • This is a prestigious building, managed by RXR, that is getting a full makeover and it is important to have a way to virtually show the new space while the entire building is under construction. We installed a 75″ display completely recessed into their main wall where leasing agents have the ability to use an interactive touch pad to take their group through a virtual tour of what the new building will be.

  • A unique and user-friendly tool to assist brokers in showing properties at 685 Third Avenue. We installed a 3 monitor wide x 3 monitor high Magic Wall touch-screen configuration which transformed their leasing center into a life-size selling tool of commercial real estate. With its magnitude and sleek design, we created a visually stimulating and effective solution to the leasing space. We were able to create a visually stimulating and effective solution to lease space.

  • When prospective tenants get off the elevator and walk to the conference room to discuss the building, they are met with a very large video column that is composed of 8 – 46″ portrait displays arranged in a 2 wide x 4 tall manner. On the other end of the Marketing Suite there is a hanging 80″ touch screen running an interactive application that allows the leasing agent to take prospective clients through a virtual tour of the building and it's amenities.

  • 140 Broadway – a Union Investment building. We custom designed and configured a unique 5-screen display consisting of a 65" display, a 46" portrait display and (3) 32" displays to allow content to be broken up into sections as well as coming together for single canvas applications. The Broker controls the display via a wireless touch pad during the client tour.

  • With in the building our team had created an marking suite to help the brokers market the building. I had design an interactive presentation that was developed for a 2X2 interactive touch screen video wall.

  • The interactive video wall was one of the focal points of the marketing center.

  • This was a museum quality installment in the lobby of the Greybar Building that is directly connect to Grand Central Terminal. I had designed this installation to follow a time line telling the history of the Greybar Building. There were two 42" television screens displaying fun facts and historic information.

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