- DSE and DSA Excellence Awards 2014:
4 Projects, 6 Awards
Digital signage is an ever-evolving industry where best practices redefine themselves with each milestone – making peer recognition and acknowledgment from industry experts something we take to heart.
- DSE 2014: Ultra HD Content & Private Demo’s
High-impact digital visual projects in corporate and public venues are quickly growing commonplace.
- The Science of (Experiential) Video Walls:
8 Digital Inspirations
Bigger. Smarter. And more engaging. Over the last 3 years, a new generation of video walls has emerged.
- Touchpoint: Multi-platform, multi-destination
The new digital program by Caterpillar Global Mining includes video walls, augmented reality station and innovative touch screen experience.
- Arsenal Media Switches on 64-Megapixel Video Wall
The system runs compelling branded and ambient digital content at native resolution of 23,760 x 2,700 pixels.
- DSE 2013 Awards: 4 Gold, 3 Silver and 4 Bronze
Winners of the DSE 2013 Content and Apex Awards were announced last night during the Awards Dinner held at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.
- New Projects: Milwaukee, Montreal and Kazakhstan
The many faces of digital signage are showcased in these recent collaborations between Arsenal Media and Caterpillar, Montreal’s Congress Centre and KZ Telecom.
- Arsenal Media Named Top Finalist in 11 Categories at DSE 2013 Awards
Proud. Honored. Humbled. These words sum up quite well the reaction of the Arsenal Media team when word got out that . . .
- The Book of Shapes:
Digital Inspirations from Around the World
Christie has launched The Book of Shapes (BOS), an international collection of MicroTiles case studies. The BOS is available as a coffee table-style book and (free) iPad app.
- Dee Daa Restaurant, NYC:
4 zones to discover
Located in New York City’s Midtown East, Dee Daa recently implemented a four-zone digital signage network that complements the restaurant’s fast-casual concept.
Who hasn't dreamed of travelling through time? Of reliving some of the key moments in world history?
This is precisely what hundreds of visitors to the 2010 American Association of Museums (AAM) exhibit in Los Angeles were able to do in May, with an interactive "time travel" installation developed by Arsenal Media using Christie MicroTiles.
EDUCATIONAL AND ENTERTAINING
According to Denys Lavigne, President of Arsenal Media, "The application we developed makes it possible to interact with history in a visually captivating way. It's a concept that makes the most of the main assets of the MicroTiles technology, namely its uniquely shaped digital canvas, exceptional image quality and vibrant colours. We integrated sound and gesture-based interactivity into the solution to create an engrossing multimedia experience. And the public reaction has been extremely positive."
In addition to its entertainment value, the project has a strong educational component: "Multimedia has always been an ideal way of having fun while learning all sorts of things. That's the approach we wanted to take with this initiative. Plenty of visitors have been surprised to learn, for example, that the computers on board Apollo 11 were much less powerful than today's smart phones. But what really drives the approach here is the quality of the display. It's a powerful draw and really transports the audience," adds Claude Carrier, Copywriter/Editor.
For this project, Arsenal Media opted to use interactive technology by Float 4, a Montreal-based company that has developed an innovative gesture-based interactive software solution. Technical integration was supplied by Electrosonic.
ABOUT ARSENAL MEDIA AND CHRISTIE MICROTILES
Arsenal Media specializes in the creation and installation of digital projects and the development of digital content. Over the past two years, it has acquired leading-edge expertise in the modular technology developed by Christie MicroTiles, notably as the lead creative agency and content strategist for this unique system created by Christie Digital Systems.
For more information, go to our MicroTiles section.