The experiential space designer Muse & Company commissioned our assistance in designing the moving clamshell theater. A number of displays were mounted on opposites side of the clamshell walls. Our first task was to assist them with the physical and BIM needs of the large moving display walls, and help integrate safety sensor packages and alike where necessary.
The second half of our involvement was to help design a uber-high res 12-camera, 360-degree mount on them to do special commissioned scenic footage capture as the base capture products for lunch of site. Our involvement also extended to setting up the pixel map and editing template for composting the 12 camera demo footage.
Because of budgetary constraints on this feature in the overall project, we were able to leverage a number of existing Watchout video servers into the room automation package and a greatly reduced cost, a cost the project would not of been able to undertake had we not leveraged known resources to complete their vision.
Our Unique Value To The Project
In the end, using company commissioned us to help integrate the final media technology into the physical structure of the moving room shell, as well as use our skills and content development to help them fabricate specialty mounts for both the displays, and the source cameras, as well as their editing environment to maintain the best parallax view for the demo facility. It was a true crossover of skill sets of mechanical engineering, media display technology, and media content design and production.
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