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Sensory Interactive is working with property owners and architects in Florida to create and launch promotional platforms for several high-profile mixed-use or entertainment-oriented real estate developments.

The Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association (AVIXA) has released an informative new white paper on the future of sports venues. AVIXA created the white paper with the participation of professionals from across the industry, including members of the Sensory Interactive team.

Members of the Sensory Interactive team will be participating in two panel discussions at next week’s Sports Venue Design & Build Forum, which is part of the 2018 Association of Luxury Suite Directors’ Annual Conference and Trade Show.

Sensory Interactive’s creative content team is working with JBG Smith Properties to generate special event, seasonal, and holiday content for the large-format LED display at the developer’s CEB Tower project in Arlington, Virginia.

Sensory Interactive is a supporting partner of the upcoming VenuesNow conference. The event will take place on June 19 and 20 at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. VenuesNow promotes innovation by providing a forum for leaders of live entertainment facilities to explore and analyze current trends and strategies in the areas of sports, […]

Macerich recently worked with Sensory Interactive to launch a new system of interactive wayfinding directories at properties across its nationwide retail portfolio.

This week’s official opening of the 61-story Salesforce Tower in San Francisco provided the first look at the unique system of LED “digital light pods” located at the base of the building.

Sensory Interactive is pleased to announce that Mark Petterson has joined the firm as Associate Director of the Design and Strategy team. Mark will direct a multidisciplinary team working on the planning, design, and documentation of a wide range of digital media projects.

The spring 2018 edition of Sensory Interactive’s Times Square Advertising Report shows continued strength in demand for space on Times Square’s large-format digital displays. The report is based on a visual observation of advertising and sponsorship activity across 71 digital displays in the Times Square market.

The large-scale exterior LED display installation at the Circa mixed-use development in Los Angeles is now fully operational. The installation’s three individual displays wrap the corner of Circa’s eight-story parking structure at 12th and Figueroa Streets across from LA’s Staples Center.