Just in time for the holidays and the busiest travel season of the year, Orlando International Airport is introducing their new digital airport host and guide, Annie the Astronaut. Annie is an iconic representation of Orlando and an imaginative, lovable host that kids of all ages can enjoy.
Microsoft Store and its team were lauded at New York Digital Signage Week by Daily DOOH. “If there was one consumer brand that made an impact to many last week during New York Digital Signage Week, it was Microsoft,” Adrian J Cotterill, Daily DOOH Editor-in-Chief writes.
Florin Gale is the creative director of the Microsoft Stores. He recently appeared on AV Nation’s special broadcast from New York Digital Signage Week to talk about the Microsoft Stores, video walls, and how digital materials can be used to connect with customers onsite. Check out the video below for his insights on creating memorable retail experiences with a content-centric strategy.
Adobe Character Animator combines live motion-capture with multi-track recording to control layered 2D puppets drawn in Photoshop or Illustrator. Simply put, it’s a magical way to bring characters to life, and it has gotten a little more magical with original work from Synect Creative Director Ryan Boyle.
SIXTEEN:NINE is an online news and analysis publication focused on the digital signage industry. Founding Editor Dave Haynes is a voice of authority in a crowded design and technology landscape, which is why were thrilled when he invited Synect founder and CEO Yahav Ran to join him for a podcast on big digital canvases and digital materials.
The next leg of Synect’s traveling video wall tour starts this weekend at ACI-NA! On Sunday, September 17, Synect Executive Creative Director Nir Bashan will present at Airports Council International’s Business Information Technology (BIT) Workshop on a session titled Solution Showcase – Improving the Airport Experience.
He’ll demonstrate how Synect’s digital materials can transform the airport experience across the entire passenger journey and share our unique approach to turning airport data into useful information.
Where does one of the largest video walls in the world start? For the Orlando International Airport, it starts with an international tour of airports to see the latest passenger experience technologies. And it ends with a custom digital media ecosystem—over 1,500 feet of digital materials that shape and enhance the airport experience.
One of the hardest things about working with video walls is that they simply must be seen. No picture, no video, no virtual environment can replicate the experience of standing in front of so many millions of vibrant pixels, all working in concert to deliver a visual show unlike any other.
It’s a challenge we’ve grappled with for years. Enter LG Electronics, who worked with us to develop a state-of-the-art traveling video wall using their beautiful, super-narrow bezel premium display.
Join Synect at Future Travel Experience (FTE) and Airports Council International - North America (ACI-NA) this year for the latest innovations in passenger experience. We’ll be demonstrating our traveling video wall and showcasing custom content for airports and airlines ranging from ticket counter canvases, to smart wayfinding, to our newly introduced FIDS of the future.
Summer has officially arrived at the Orlando International Airport, and millions of travelers are in for a big treat. The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority held a press conference today to unveil new content for their massive video wall canvas, which Synect helped launch in September of 2016, and provide their latest summer travel estimates. Click Orlando reports that more than a million passengers will pass through MCO between now and July 8 in a video that features the video wall and new content.