A very simple and cost conscious way to add impact to your event is to use high resolution artwork as a backdrop. With a push of a button the entire scene can change from session to session or presenter to presenter.
(3) Different resolutions of LED and projection were brought together to create an ideal environment for a technology summit. The video processing was powerful enough to support layers of digital art, event content, IMAG, and social media feeds all simultaneously.
When you have 2,500 attendees in a room that fits 2,500 attendees; there isn't much room for production. An In-The-Round strategy hit the mark on this event. We were able to keep costs and footprint down while still adding incredible impact and intimacy for 2,500 people.
When TRAVIS Inc was asked if a 27ton stage prop could be used at an event, we simply answered, "No Problem". The logistics were quite different on this event as we needed a crane and other heavy equipment to make it all happen. In the end, it looked like an elegant "C"-Level event in a [...]
Michelle Obama and her Partnership for a Healthier America entrusted TRAVIS Inc to assist in presenting to 1,500 local and countless digitally; the initiatives of the association for the year.
The V-Launch was introduced by using a contemporary stage design that used projection, digital print, and some custom fabrication. Behind the main stage a 125' Kabuki drop hid the product demo area. The dramatic reveal provided an energetic entrance to introduce the representatives to the new product.
The GMA event for 2012 was all about elegance. With a combination of Silvet drape, Tulle Tex panels, and some acrylic frames; we were able to add layers of color and texture to the stage.
DISA is an association event that has 2,500 attendees. With very little budget, we were still able to pull off an event that filled the room with technology and great scenic elements. Although this was a minimalist scenario, the staging treatment still spanned 120’.
The T Mobile event was held at Qwest Field in Seattle, WA. The meeting was directed at 5,000 employees from their headquarters to get them excited about the new branding reveal to the public. Multiple screens and custom scenic was used to help convey the message.
The GEOINT Symposium is an annual event that places the highest ranking international military officials in the same space to decide on the future of military communications. This past event was executed with a wall to wall screen that measured 25’ high by 160’ wide. Digital artwork changed the environment to deliver an awe-inspiring experience.