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New Projects

KAOS Nightclub

2020-06-29T12:46:08-04:00

To spend an evening at the KAOS Nightclub at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is to experience sensory immersion to an almost unparalleled degree. KAOS has created a dazzling digital world for its patrons by integrating over a hundred NanoLumens LED displays into the walls and ceilings, the most impressive of which is a massive 360-degree compound curve display roughly in the shape of a visor suspended above a central dance floor area.

1100 Louisiana

2019-11-13T12:58:38-05:00

The crown jewel of  the new 1100 Lousiana lobby is the recently installed digital experience lobby wall, dubbed “the 1100 Experience.” The 4K LED display measures 32 feet wide by 18 feet high with a 36-foot diagonal distance, which makes it the largest commercial office indoor digital installation of its kind in downtown Houston.

Legacy Union

2019-11-13T12:44:31-05:00

Called “Unify,” the 64-foot-wide by 36-foot-tall LED wall was conceived by interactive design studio Second Story, is driven by an Extron processor, and was built by NanoLumens. It is believed to be the largest native 4K LED display ever installed anywhere.

Tilt Würks Brewhouse & Casino

2020-06-17T10:59:28-04:00

Tilt Würks Brewhouse & Casino in Miles City, Montana thrives on live sports, as well as bingo and trivia nights while delivering locally crafted beers in a friendly atmosphere. As college basketball’s March Madness approached in 2019, Tilt Würks owner Denis Leidholt leveraged the occasion to upgrade the location’s main but out-of-date projection system with a more efficient and eye-popping fine pitch 2.5mm LED display from market leader NanoLumens.

Ark Encounter

2019-08-30T13:20:38-04:00

The Ark Encounter in Kentucky is unlike any other theme park on the planet, letting visitors walk inside a life-size model of Noah’s famous ark from the Bible’s flood account. The most memorable single attraction in the Answers Center, however, might just be the awe-inspiring 70-foot-wide by 22-foot-tall, 4mm pixel pitch NanoLumens LED display that creates a digital backdrop across the entire presentation stage.