As part of a significant renovation program at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, Sensory Interactive created a new digital media program that includes more than 200 LED and LCD displays on the stadium’s club-level restaurants, bars, and concourses.
Working as a consultant to the Witkoff Group and Maefield Joint Venture, Sensory Interactive provided assessment, design assistance, procurement, and project management services for the new large-format digital displays at New York’s 20 Times Square.
Sensory Interactive completed a significant revamping and expansion of the digital media platform at Victory Park – home to the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and NHL’s Dallas Stars – after managing the implementation of project’s original digital media installation in 2007.
Sensory Interactive worked with the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation to create an interactive donor recognition wall that tells the stories of the many individuals and groups that contributed to the success of a major hospital expansion and modernization project.
Sensory Interactive worked with the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority to create a master plan for using digital displays and a more robust content management system to revitalize and energize the event experience at MassMutual Center in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Sensory Interactive worked with building owner Kilroy Realty to provide design development, technology selection, bidding, and project management services for a 40-foot tall by 70-foot wide display installation in the lobby of the new 350 Mission office tower in San Francisco.
Sensory Interactive provided a comprehensive range of planning, design, and implementation services to create a large-scale digital media wall that greets visitors and staff in the main entry lobby of Salesforce.com’s San Francisco headquarters.
Using its expertise in design, technology, content development, and operational management, Sensory Interactive helped owner SL Green Realty Corp. to identify and capitalize on opportunities for maximizing the value of their Times Square flagship building at 1515 Broadway.
Sensory Interactive consults with Macerich, the third-largest owner and operator of shopping centers in the United States, on ongoing refinements to the design, technology, and content management system of the company’s growing Macerich Digital Network.
Sensory Interactive worked with UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay to develop a dramatic installation that combines donor recognition with education, entertainment, and placemaking to create a compelling experience for hospital supporters, patients, families, and staff.