SI Motorized Shade and Screen Combine to Create Movie Magic in a Master Suite
The peaceful union of design and technology and simple, straightforward control is pervasive throughout the residence, but resonating the strongest with Airbnb guests, says VanZuiden, is the disappearing 80-inch SI short-throw, ambient light rejecting projection screen in the master bedroom.
A “dive-in” swimming pool theater accommodating 50 people (or more) isn’t a common request, but these homeowners put in the order for a 4,600-square-foot pool pavilion that transforms into a “floating” cinema at the tap of a button.
A San Diego-based integrator creates a new, cutting-edge whole-house system for some longtime clients.
David Huse of Theater Advice streamlines motorized shading installations thanks to the Zigbee 3.0 enabled Nano shading solution.
Portable screen from Screen Innovations sets up in seconds to deliver 110 inches of vivid video to owners of beachside residence.
Portugal-based Consexto inspires luxury clientele with Screen Innovations’ transformative Zero-G projection screen.
One of the world’s most known train station, Berlin Friedrichstrasse, played a big role as a border station in the history of divided Germany (1949-1989). During the Cold War, Friedrichstraße became famous for being a station that was located entirely in East Berlin yet continued to be served by S-Bahn and U-Bahn trains from West Berlin...
When the College of Charleston (CoC) decided to reduce their carbon footprint in their New Science building on campus, they had several barriers to overcome. First, the space had large windows and high brightness LED lighting fixtures in the room, needed for task-oriented events, classes, and training sessions. To achieve their goals,...
When Church of the Resurrection outgrew its facilities in downtown Kansas City, they decided to expand. The Church’s culture is closely tied to a powerful and engaging worship experience, so the A/V system had to make use of dynamic and powerful visual and auditory technologies. When the time came, Church of the Resurrection...