November 2019

Watchfire Signs Completes Las Vegas Fremont Street Experience Renovation

Watchfire Signs Completes Las Vegas Fremont Street Experience Renovation

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The last of 59 truckloads of digital signage modules left the manufacturing facility at Watchfire Signs (Danville, Ill.) recently, closing out the chapter on the renovation of the world’s largest single video screen, Fremont Street Experience in Las Vegas. It is 1,500 feet long and is suspended 90 feet above a pedestrian mall. Watchfire Signs, selected last year for the $30 million renovation, completed the project on budget and ahead of schedule for the grand reveal on New Year's Eve.

Experiential Master Plan for the Lincoln Memorial Undercroft

New Experiential Master Plan for the Lincoln Memorial Undercroft

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The National Park Service recently engaged Bluecadet and their partners Studio Joseph and Lammey & Giorgio to transform the space below the Lincoln Memorial into a new museum and visitor center. Exhibitions and installations such as hologram-like projections will fill the Undercroft with historic imagery from the countless marches, demonstrations and memorable moments from the memorial's past. 

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Relative Scale Completes “Welcome to Bayhealth” Media Experience

Relative Scale Completes “Welcome to Bayhealth” Media Experience

Relative Scale recently partnered with CannonDesign and MultiTaction to activate a hospital lobby with a six-screen interactive wall. Bayhealth is Southern Delaware’s leading healthcare provider, offering a broad range of medical services related to cardiovascular, cancer, pediatrics, respiratory care and more. Bayhealth Milford Memorial Hospital, a cornerstone of Delaware healthcare for nearly a century, recently closed its doors so that a new chapter could begin with the state-of-the-art Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus.

Illinois Holocaust Museum's Four New Immersive Galleries

Illinois Holocaust Museum's Four New Immersive Galleries

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Extensive updates to the core Karkomi Holocaust Exhibition at the Illinois Holocaust Museum (Skokie, Ill.) serve to debunk the myth that Jewish citizens did not resist the Holocaust, with new exhibition galleries that showcase armed, physical resistance in occupied Europe during the Holocaust. The Museum partnered with Luci Creative (Chicago), a full-service museum planning and exhibit design firm, to develop the updates and Ravenswood Studio as the fabrication partner.

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