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COSMOPOLITAN LAS VEGAS. LAS VEGAS, NV, USA.

 

Smart Monkeys Inc., expert with this type of challenge, has created a powerful control environment manageable through a comprehensive graphical user interface that allows the client to operate the entire system easily. Direct control, scheduled process and elaborate “tagging” features have been implemented to make this unusual canvas the most prominent attraction of the entire resort.The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas was purposefully built with a bold mission: create a hotel experience unlike any other. Visually striking dynamic columns in the lobby are driven by a unique and complex video delivery systems..

COMCAST EXPERIENCE.

PHILADELPHIA, PA, USA.

 

The award winning Comcast Experience 10 Million Pixel LED wall control system is centered around a Show Control program that intelligently manages the 22 HD video servers, the Video processing system and other equipment to deliver 18 hours of ever changing media to the public every day.

 

This installation was completely designed and integrated by David Niles, and our team implemented the original programming. Smart Monkeys, Inc. is regularly maintaining the control system in response to continuous improvements by Niles Creative Group.

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OUE US Bank Tower Entrance Curved LED Wall, L.A., CA, USA
Gateway at CityCenterDC, Washington DC, USA

George W. Bush Presidential Center Video Wall, Dallas, TX, USA [Silver Apex Award]

New York Stock Exchange - New York City, NY, USA

181 W. Madison Media Wall - Chicago, IL, USA

Winter Garden, WFC Media Wall - New York City, NY, USA

Bain Capital, Lobby Video Wall - Boston, MA, USA

Alexandria Center for Life Sciences, Lobby Video Wall - New York City, NY, USA

1540 Broadway, Lobby Video Wall - New York City, NY, USA

IAC MEDIA WALL.

NYC, NY, USA.

 

The Frank Gehry-designed IAC HQ is home to many of IAC’s industry-leading Internet and media companies. The new installation features the world’s largest high-resolution video wall using Prysm’s Laser Phosphor Display (LPD). IAC HQ’s video displays consist of two separate walls. The west wall measures nearly 120’ wide by 10’ tall, consisting of over 43 million pixels, and the east wall measures 20‘ wide by 10’ tall, displaying 7.3 million pixels.

 

Programming of the Content Delivery System was performed by Smart Monkeys, Inc.