Project of the Week
One Way Media Solutions designed an AV solution for Napa Valley Transportation Authority seamlessly integrating components from several manufacturers into an easy-to-use system controlled in real time from one RTI-powered screen for Napa Valley Transportation Authority.
Head Health Network (HHN) was having difficulty scaling their processing abilities for real-time reporting scenarios and sideline evaluations. HHN worked with Sparkhound to deploy a cloud platform, which helped HHN increase the value of their services, cost-effectively process more data and scale the network. Now HHN provides a simpler and more streamlined end-user experience, and they are able to instantly make modifications from any device.
The Spheres is the latest addition to Amazon’s downtown Seattle headquarters. The innovative building offers employees a work environment that’s more like a rainforest than an office. To properly explain this groundbreaking new building, Amazon set out to establish a free, public visitor center at The Spheres, called Understory.
Dakota State University (DSU) is among the nation’s most technologically advanced campuses and was named a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations by the NSA. The university recently unveiled a new $11.4 million, state-of-the-art facility to provide students hands-on experience with cybersecurity technology.
As the nation’s fastest-growing network of meeting, event, and conference venues, Convene is changing the way the world works by transforming the way businesses work. Since 2009, Convene has opened 15 locations including New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., with spaces coming soon to Los Angeles and Chicago.
The Curtiss Hotel is redefining downtown elegance in Buffalo, New York. The hotel features 68 ultra-luxurious rooms, the Chez Ami, an upscale restaurant, VUE rooftop lounge, and a variety of chic amenities that seamlessly come together to provide guests with a sophisticated vacation experience.
150 Media Stream is a 3,000 square foot display divided into 89 separated super-thin LED blades variously sized between 3.25 inches to 15 inches in width, and standing vertically anywhere from 6-feet to 22-feet tall.
Leoness Cellars is not only a hotspot for those looking to spend a day outdoors, but it has become a major destination for weddings, bachelorette parties, and weekend get-a-ways. This beautiful Temecula Valley winery recently underwent a massive renovation where the focus was to elevate their guests experience by offering a dynamic space to all wine lovers.