ATLANTA, GA – Just weeks after gaining international recognition for its interactive LED visualization solutions, NanoLumens announced Sensory Technologies as one of the winners of its own annual awards competition.
In honoring Sensory Technologies with its NanoLumens Crystal Nixel™ Award, NanoLumens cited the partner company with creative implementation of two massive NanoLumens® LED displays in the Aon Center, one of Chicago’s most iconic skyscrapers. The highly visual digital display measures a total of 840 square feet.
The floor-to-ceiling video wall greets visitors in the building’s south entrance with stunning video images of Chicago. “This is a visual experience unlike anything else in Chicago,” said Joe Hynes, Senior VP of Project Management at JLL, the property management firm for the Aon Center. “It’s so enthralling that people, including tenants, are constantly stopping to take selfies and videos and sharing them on social media.”
As a partner for NanoLumens, Sensory Technologies, an audio visual solutions provider, installed the two 42’w X 10’h 4mm pixel pitch displays as part of the Aon Center’s renovation of its lobby and atrium. Combined, the two displays create a single, ultra-wide visual display.
The partnership on the Aon Center project was seamless, according to Andrew Sellers, technical operations principal at Sensory Technologies. “From an installation perspective, the learning curve for NanoLumens products was extremely intuitive,” he said. “We’ve worked with NanoLumens before in Chicago, and we know that NanoLumens’ solutions minimize complications on large projects.
Sensory Technologies, headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind., has extensive experience with emergent technology, including large matrixed displays, digital signage, video conferencing, immersive environments and collaborative solutions that elevate messaging and engage audiences. The company also is at the leading edge in installing innovative options like gesture-based interactivity and 3D and curved visual orientations.