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Ingram Micro

Ingram Micro

Ingram Micro, the world’s largest reseller of computers, parts, networking equipment and software, hosted its largest show of the year in Nashville. The “ONE” event needed to impress a diverse audience of the computer world’s elites, with hundreds of business owners and partners in attendance. VCI Event Technology was instrumental in collaborating with Ingram Micro’s presentation and technical production team in planning and designing their largest general session.

With a dozen 20,000 ANSI lumen HD projectors distributed on 2500′ of fiber optics and projected on dual 50′ widescreen projection surfaces, the stage design allowed for an immersive experience covering 140 degree sightline. In addition, 16′ high stage set pieces and 62′ wide scrim provided a vibrant and dynamic backdrop where presentations and custom animations were displayed. All was captured with a three camera HD switching system and magnified on the projection surfaces.

The audio system design allowed for concert quality audio throughout without any sightline obstructions of the various set pieces & projection surfaces. 32 various lighting instruments on 500′ of truss helped highlight the natural room architecture providing an immersive-theatre like environment.

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Anime Expo

Anime Expo

Anime Expo presented by SPJA is a yearly Convention of all things pertaining to Japanese Animation. It has grown into a vast multi-day Convention with over 100,000 attendees. Their general session is an exhibition hall to seat 3400 people. VCI supplied a 50′ wide LED screen flanked with two l2’x21′ projection screens, 6 LED columns, an HD switch package, three HD camera chains, HD remote cameras, HD records, Barco E2 switcher and concert audio system with a JBL VTX25 line array. The lighting plot included 60 conventional fixtures and 76 Movers. VCI designed and operated all technical aspects of this space. The variety of entertainment and constantly changing use of the stage, keeps this show interesting and challenging. Employing new and innovative technologies helps the show evolving from year to year.

The 20 breakouts for this convention vary from panels, screening rooms, press, dance, and Karaoke rooms ranging from small rooms for a hundred people to large rooms accommodating over a thousand. VCl’s extensive planning and project management help make Anime Expo the most popular Anime convention in North America.

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The Art of VR New York

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Team VCI at The Art of VR event at Sotheby’s Art Auction House in New York City, June 2017. We provided A/V solutions including three Absen M 2.9 curved and serpentine LED displays, general session audio, lighting and video. We also coordinated with and supported each of the 40+ VR and AR vendors on the 3 exhibition floors.