dinsdag 17 mei 2016

Mount Sinai Hospital’s donor recognition wall goes digital / Canada.

Envision has configured and installed a new 15.2 x 3.7-m (50 x 12-ft) donor recognition video wall, comprising 33 NEC liquid crystal displays (LCDs), for the main-floor lobby corridor at Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital.

The video wall’s content, which is intended to both recognize donors and convey a sense of tranquility along the busy corridor, is supported by North America’s largest single installation of Toronto-based software developer Derivative’s TouchDesigner visual media platform. At each end, 1.7-m (65-in.) screens provide additional ‘4K’ ultra-high-definition (UHD) messaging and promote upcoming events. The fixture is made of glass, DuPont’s white Corian solid-surface material, light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and stainless steel trim.

“In our years of donor recognition work, this is the largest and most complex project we have ever completed, in terms of both scale and technical sophistication,” says Mark Wilson, executive vice-president (EVP) of Toronto-based Envision.

“The wall surpasses our expectations,” says the Sinai Health Foundation’s vice-president (VP) of donor relations, Tony di Cosmo. “Our main goal was to recognize the generosity of our donors, but we didn’t expect the dynamic work of art we would have in the end.”

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