One of the most evocative and important examples of just how powerful AV can be opened to the public on 21 May. Clive Couldwell reports on how New York is remembering its darkest event of modern times.
Cutting-edge projection might not be commonly associated with opera, but it was a technique deployed for Kasper Holten’s take on Mozart’s Don Giovanni. Zoe Mutter explores the visual technologies and creativity at the core of this innovative show.
Balfour Beatty’s 3D Immersive Viewing Integration Suite in London opened in 2013. Designed by Holovis, it is enhancing the customer experience and improving business efficiency. Simon Duff reports.
A digital design architect studio movingdesign has given window shopping a new dimension by turning construction site hoardings into digital canvases, says Clive Couldwell.
A successful combination of interactive content and kinetic technology was at the centre of an ambitious installation at Poland’s Sky Tower Shopping Centre. Zoe Mutter discovers how a giant kinetic video wall was incorporated into the mall, acting as an intuitive solution to attract and engage customers.
When plans were being made for a dedicated exhibit to commemorate the much-loved National Geographic Society, an AV installation that did justice to its vibrant coverage was essential. Zoe Mutter reports on how the project’s creative use of technology was used to engage visitors.
The completion of The Co-operative Group’s headquarters at One Angel Square, Manchester, marked one of the most significant UK construction projects in recent years. Zoe Mutter looks at the technological and environmental achievements of what has been crowned the world’s most sustainable building.
Formula One inspires with its mix of cutting-edge technology and high drama. Clive Couldwell discovers the role AV plays at Red Bull Racing.
Steve Montgomery visits the RAF’s Cosford museum to inspect the AV project underpinning the restoration of Germany’s last surviving bomber which took part in the Battle of Britain.
The first facility of its kind anywhere in the world, Orbi fuses SEGA’s gaming heritage with the BBC’s natural history film stock writes Steve Montgomery.
The seaside town of Bangor in Northern Ireland is the lucky recipient of a €45m leisure complex which includes IPTV, videowalls and multiple zones of audio. Paul Watson takes an in-depth look at the project.
Henry VIII’s flagship is one of the most important objects in English history. Steve Montgomery visits its new £35m home in Portsmouth.
Clive Couldwell was the only UK journalist to gain access to Kennedy Space Center’s megabucks space shuttle exhibit before it opened to the public on 29 June after a three-year build.
3D holographic projection has risen to a new level with a record-breaking event in India. Simon Duff talks about projection techniques, digital resurrection and reaching out across this vast sub-continent.
A 20 million LED display adorns all four sides of the top of Johannesburg’s Absa Tower, home to Barclays-owned financial services group, Absa.
Unlimited and The Event Production Company (EPC) created and installed the Journey of Wonder 3D mapping experience in the main auditoria of Cape Town’s City Hall for the Samsung Africa Forum in March.
Simon Duff reports from Arup Acoustics’s London lab to see how the company is helping to build better sounding buildings.
Clive Couldwell recently ascended the dizzy heights of London’s Shard development to experience London’s new visitor attraction.
QED Productions delivered stunning video mapping and stage lighting for Comic Relief’s seven-hour television broadcast marathon on the UK’s tv channel, BBC1. But Red Nose Day was no joking matter for QED director Paul Wigfield and his team.
Clive Couldwell finds out how BP’s AV and national digital strategies supported the company’s branding messages at the recent Olympics
As part of our look at the retail AV market, we take a look at two case studies of recent projects that caught our eye.