The largest curved Sony Crystal LED Wall in the USA and the first mobile installation of the Sony CLEDIS ™ in the world. IGI designed, 24' 2-degree curved Mobile Curved Sony Crystal LED Wall, 4,000 pounds of LED hardware, movable by three individuals.
The driving issue for the mobile aspect of the project was the time it took to reposition existing LCD walls to locations that need it. IU LCD walls are campus-wide technology tools and the time intensive nature of moving them prevented the university from more fully utilizing their potential. By placing the system on a mobile cart, it eliminates this negative impact and improves ease of learning by allowing the technology to be used in multiple classroom locations over time.
“The Crystal Display Wall in the Cyberinfrastructure Building is a remarkable achievement of engineering, design, and technology integration,” said Scott Birch, Manager, IU Advanced Visualization Lab. “It quite literally is the world’s first and only curved mobile Sony CLED Display Wall and it is truly breathtaking. With a resolution above 4K, or “More K” as we in the AVL are fond of saying, this display highlights scientific, data, and artistic visualizations with stunning clarity and brightness.”
Founded in 1998, IGI has installed numerous ultra-high resolution projection systems throughout the U.S. in the automotive, higher education, medical, financial, and energy transmission markets, and for the United States military and other government agencies. Applications include industrial design, engineering and data visualization, mission-critical command & control room environments, presentation systems, video conferencing, digital signage and a variety of emerging markets where the simultaneous visualization of 3D models and complex data by a group is essential to effective decision making. To get an in depth look at what we do, see our website at www.werigi.com, we are IGI.
IGI is based in Commerce, Michigan near Detroit with offices in Indianapolis and Los Angeles.