This year’s GEOINT conference was designed to compliment the circular theme. The overall screen surface is approximately 20’h x 113‘w, front projected without binding, producing a borderless image. A 20′ circular center screen was offset from the other surfaces allowing for more dimension to the set, as well as a hidden back stage entrance.

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GMA 2012

The GMA event for 2012 was all about elegance. With a combination of Silvet drape, Tulle Tex panels, and some acrylic frames; we were able to add layers of color and texture to the stage.

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AV Insights

Basic Meeting Environment: Site inspections are critical in knowing how a room will lay out for the best viewing and listening by the audience. If you can’t be here in person, ask for actual photos of room setups with AV set the same as your requirements. Determine sight lines for screen(s), projector and sound placement, […]

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Monster Reception

With a simple backdrop and adjustment of some lights, you can easily change your Corporate General Session into Rocking Party. As incredible as this stage looks, it was executed with minmal adjustment to the event budget. Let us show transform you Keynote scenario to a Gala in the blink of an eye.

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DISA 2012

DISA is an association event that has 2,500 attendees. With very little budget, we were still able to pull off an event that filled the room with technology and great scenic elements. Although this was a minimalist scenario, the staging treatment still spanned 120’.

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FSI 2011

Franchise Services is a client we have been working with over the past 11 years. They came to us last year looking to add impact to their message, but without a financial impact. With some creative lighting and our stock TulleTex panels, we were able to hit the mark. These panels are semi-transparent with a metallic finish. […]

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LexisNexis Round

When the room has 8′ ceilings and circular walls, can you still execute an event with Impact?… ABSOLUTELY! Leave it to our designers to come up with the perfect solution. A high-resolution digital print for a backdrop, a few flat displays, and a curved mini-stage is all it took to give bring life to this […]

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This year’s MILCOM event used multiple scenic elements to create a canvas for our lighting designer to unleash his inner artiste. The stage was a multi-level stealth fighter shape that was welcomed by the mostly military audience. Two massive high definition screens allowed 3,000 people to see everything clearly. By making small adjustments and adding […]

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The T Mobile event was held at Qwest Field in Seattle, WA. The meeting was directed at 5,000 employees from their headquarters to get them excited about the new branding reveal to the public. Multiple screens and custom scenic was used to help convey the message.

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