The Canon team wanted to create a meeting space that could support large gatherings in addition to small one-on-one meetings by incorporating a movable flat panel wall to span across the room. rp Visual Solutions (RPV) worked with AV Consultant, Smith + Andersen, and AV Integrator, Applied Electronics, to design and fabricate a solution for an architecturally integrated video wall, mounted on a motorized track system, for the showroom space.
RPV designed, engineered, and fabricated a custom suspended, motorized track system supporting a dual sided display with a 3x3, 46” NEC flat panel array. The other side is dnp’s Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) Supernova Blade screen.
The 3x3 custom flat panel array is engineered with available service access to support the NEC panels. Suspended from the ceiling, the mount moves along a track 15 feet in length allowing Canon to reconfigure the space based on both audience size and content being presented. The custom engineered mount allows a tight seam tolerance between the NEC panels and minimal outer clearance creating a clean, architecturally integrated display.
In order to add a second display without increasing the thickness of the structure and also maintain contrast in a brightly lit room, RPV provided a dnp Supernova Blade, an optically structured Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screen. Supernova’s microscopic structure creates up to 7 times the contrast compared to standard diffusion front projection screen. The Blade is the only frameless ALR screen allowing a tech savvy aesthetic while maintaining a total thickness of 3mm.