As the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) prepares for the May 23 opening of the enormous digital mural, The Chronicles of San Francisco, by internationally recognized artist JR, the team from Sensory Interactive is leading the effort to install and fine-tune the mural’s impressive 107’ by 16’ digital canvas.
Sensory Interactive has released the spring 2019 edition of its Times Square Advertising Report, which evaluates advertising and sponsorship activity across 71 digital displays in the Times Square district.
Our work at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, earned a Silver award in this year’s DSE APEX Awards. The awards were presented last week at a ceremony during the 2019 Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Tom will be responsible for exploring new revenue opportunities related to next-stage, client-focused solutions, as well as looking at the potential for market innovation that will expand the Sensory Interactive brand throughout North America and around the world.
Marriott’s new Times Square EDITION hotel is celebrating its official grand opening this week, and the 18,000-square-foot digital display at the building’s base is playing a significant role in the festivities.
At the legendary Brill Building in New York’s Times Square, Sensory Interactive recently worked with property owner Brookfield to select Daktronics for the fabrication and installation of a system of large-scale exterior LED displays.
At Caesars Bluewaters Dubai, Sensory Interactive and Vision Sign worked together to turn a large-scale fountain and architectural feature into a technology-enhanced sound and light spectacular.
Sensory Interactive has released the winter 2018 edition of its Times Square Advertising Report, which evaluates advertising and sponsorship activity across 71 digital displays in the Times Square district.
Sensory Interactive has helped to launch another digital out-of-home platform in downtown Los Angeles, this time at the Alina tower on 9th Street between Flower and Figueroa Streets.
Sensory Interactive has completed the move of its headquarters from Baltimore, Maryland, to Washington, DC. The new office is located at 1101 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, in the historic Evening Star building.