IDS11 | VIDEO TOWER

IDS11 | VIDEO TOWER

DESIGN:  SPACE | GRAPHICS | VIDEO

DESIGN:  SPACE | GRAPHICS | VIDEO

The Interior Design Show (IDS) approached us to create an installation that would be situated in the main floor entrance / ticketing area between two large escalators.  It needed to be grand and impactful.

The Interior Design Show (IDS) approached us to create an installation that would be situated in the main floor entrance / ticketing area between two large escalators.  It needed to be grand and impactful.

The Interior Design Show (IDS) approached us to create an installation that would be situated in the main floor entrance / ticketing area between two large escalators.  It needed to be grand and impactful.

The Interior Design Show (IDS) approached us to create an installation that would be situated in the main floor entrance / ticketing area between two large escalators.  It needed to be grand and impactful.

The Interior Design Show (IDS) approached us to create an installation that would be situated in the main floor entrance / ticketing area between two large escalators.  It needed to be grand and impactful.

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Our goal was to create something eye catching and highly visible both within the building and from outside.  We also wanted it to be in constant change as opposed to furniture displayed in static form, which had been done in previous years.  Our concept evolved into visual eye candy in the form of a large-scale video tower.  To bring it to life we collaborated with Midnite Hour Productions (now Solotech) for their technical expertise in video rigging and construction.  Our 50-foot installation was comprised of high definition LED video panels showing custom animated graphics, including select furniture pieces shown in TRON-inspired motion, as well as scrolling text of quotes by renowned designers. IDS was thrilled with the end result.  The tower was a standout design piece at the Show and garnered an incredible number of impressions and photos by attendees.

Our goal was to create something eye catching and highly visible both within the building and from outside.  We also wanted it to be in constant change as opposed to furniture displayed in static form, which had been done in previous years. Our concept evolved into visual eye candy in the form of a large-scale video tower.  To bring it to life we collaborated with Midnite Hour Productions (now Solotech) for their technical expertise in video rigging and construction.  Our 50-foot installation was comprised of high definition LED video panels showing custom animated graphics, including select furniture pieces shown in TRON-inspired motion, as well as scrolling text of quotes by renowned designers. IDS was thrilled with the end result.  The tower was a standout design piece at the Show and garnered an incredible number of impressions and photos by attendees.

Our goal was to create something eye catching and highly visible both within the building and from outside.  We also wanted it to be in constant change as opposed to furniture displayed in static form, which had been done in previous years. Our concept evolved into visual eye candy in the form of a large-scale video tower.  To bring it to life we collaborated with Midnite Hour Productions (now Solotech) for their technical expertise in video rigging and construction.  Our 50-foot installation was comprised of high definition LED video panels showing custom animated graphics, including select furniture pieces shown in TRON-inspired motion, as well as scrolling text of quotes by renowned designers. IDS was thrilled with the end result.  The tower was a standout design piece at the Show and garnered an incredible number of impressions and photos by attendees.

Our goal was to create something eye catching and highly visible both within the building and from outside.  We also wanted it to be in constant change as opposed to furniture displayed in static form, which had been done in previous years. Our concept evolved into visual eye candy in the form of a large-scale video tower.  To bring it to life we collaborated with Midnite Hour Productions (now Solotech) for their technical expertise in video rigging and construction.  Our 50-foot installation was comprised of high definition LED video panels showing custom animated graphics, including select furniture pieces shown in TRON-inspired motion, as well as scrolling text of quotes by renowned designers. IDS was thrilled with the end result.  The tower was a standout design piece at the Show and garnered an incredible number of impressions and photos by attendees.

Our goal was to create something eye catching and highly visible both within the building and from outside.  We also wanted it to be in constant change as opposed to furniture displayed in static form, which had been done in previous years. Our concept evolved into visual eye candy in the form of a large-scale video tower.  To bring it to life we collaborated with Midnite Hour Productions (now Solotech) for their technical expertise in video rigging and construction.  Our 50-foot installation was comprised of high definition LED video panels showing custom animated graphics, including select furniture pieces shown in TRON-inspired motion, as well as scrolling text of quotes by renowned designers. IDS was thrilled with the end result.  The tower was a standout design piece at the Show and garnered an incredible number of impressions and photos by attendees.

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530 QUEEN ST E  |  3RD FLOOR  |  TORONTO  |  ON  |  M5A 1V2  |  647 344 1144        EMAIL US

530 QUEEN ST E  |  3RD FLOOR  |  TORONTO  |  ON  |  M5A 1V2  |  647 344 1144        EMAIL US