The Aon Center began a full renovation of its lobby and atrium, complete with the installation of two enormous NanoLumens LED displays that create a floor-to-ceiling digital wall that invites tenants and guests to experience Chicago-themed visuals on a massive scale.
The two 42’W X 10’H 4mm pixel pitch displays measure a total of 840 square-feet and dominate the building’s main entrance at the south lobby, according to Joe Hynes, Senior VP of Project Management at JLL, the center’s property management firm.
“During renovation planning we worked with architects to include cutting-edge features that would be fun for tenants, prospective tenants and guests,” Hynes said. “One of our ideas was a massive digital canvas, and NanoLumens was the obvious choice to make this idea a reality. As people pass by and enter the building their sight line is dominated by the astounding visuals playing on the NanoLumens displays. In fact, they have to walk right between the two displays in order to enter the main hallway, so it’s almost as if they are walking directly into the digital content itself.”