Originally published in Interiors & Sources

07/01/2008

Projection and AV at the IAC Video Wall

AV Awards e-Lunch & Learn Webinar Series 

 

This material is approved by AIA for earning one AIA/CES Learning Unit, and InfoComm for earning one RU unit. The learning objectives below provide a context for learning as one watches "Projection and AV at the IAC Video Wall." 

We offer a set of questions designed to test THE VIEWER'S comprehension of the content. The actual test, along with instructions on applying for AIA/InfoComm credit, are offered only online. This course will continue to be offered on our website through August 2009 and will be updated by ARCHI-TECH's editors as necessary to keep the information current. All Web content associated with this course is free. However, there is a $10 administrative charge for taking the exam.

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The world's largest high-resolution edge-blended video wall resides inside the lobby of the InterActiveCorp's (IAC) global headquarters in the Chelsea District of New York City. The project features a 10-story glass façade with contours reminiscent of the unfurled, wind-tossed sails of a ship. The wall can be seen from the West Side Highway, catching the eyes of vehicle traffic as well as passersby with IAC brand messaging. The system employs eighteen projectors to produce one seamless image on a 120-foot-long by 11-foot-tall screen. A special software allows the synchronization of computer images onto the screen, and different modes allow different needs to be addressed at various times of the day, such as presentations during events. AV racks holding PCs, processors, and routing equipment were installed to fulfill the screen's high-definition requirements.

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