Customer: Leningrad Center Performing Arts Center
Objective: To design and implement a multimedia kinetic installation.
Leningrad Center is a multi-format venue designed to host theatrical performances, concerts and art exhibitions. Every area of the venue is equipped with the cutting-edge solutions.
The hallmark of the venue is an unique kinetic installation that currently has no counterparts in Russia. A huge kinetic light system in the middle of an audience hall has been specifically designed for this project.
Customer: Baltic LNG (Gazprom subsidiary) and Sintez-Oka Group
Objective: Create multimedia installations for “Import substitution in gas industry” themed booths as a part of Saint Petersburg International Gas Forum 2017.
For Gazprom’s Baltic LNG Factory in Ust-Luga, Ascreen created a scale model of the factory and a video reel to be demonstrated on a large video wall.
For Sintez-Oka Group, we designed a minimalistic booth in accordance with the corporate identity. Essentially, it was a single installation including a video wall, the booth’s floor and back wall, and the Ascreen interactive table. For the latter, we have developed an app with mini-games and the history of the company.
Customer: Gazprom Energoset
Objective: To set up the exhibition booth at International gas Forum 2015 with AV solutions.
One of the brightest elements of the booth was the robotic hand holding screens combined of 12 plasma panels. The robotic hands used manipulators to perform tricks with the screens: moving them up and down and smoothly and revolving the panels about its axis. The visual imagery on the screens was adapting to the robotic hand movements.
Within the project, the Ascreen team also developed the virtual multimedia anthology for the company that was shown on a transparent screen, and used an audience response system.
Customer: Saint Petersburg Vodokanal
Objective: To set up the exhibition booth with AV solutions.
To raise awareness about the Vodokanal’s nature preservation activities, we used technologies to demonstrate video content and to involve the audience in an interactive way.
A thin-bezel seamless videowall was a central element of the booth. It was used to demonstrate videos about the Vodokanal locations and activities. Besides, the booth included 5 separate panels, sound equipment and interactive tables with edutainment games for visitors.
Customer: Russian State Pushkin Academy Drama Theatre (Alexandrinsky theatre)
Objective: To create a citywide multimedia show to celebrate the building’s 180th anniversary.
Video mapping on the building face was used to recreate scenes from great directors’ famous productions, to tell the story of the building and its timeline.
Customer: LSR Group
Objective: To design and install multimedia features in LSR Group’s front office.
The project concept included several AV installations:
– “RealBook”, an interactive book with real pages
– “Live Picture”
– “Window stories”, dynamic window show that imitates moving shadows of people
– “Corporate TV”
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