It was a 20' x 20' exhibit booth including a 20-foot tall wall of IRiS™ R2s hung as high as the Hollywood hills sign...but in Florida.
Blizzard's booth design had the paparazzi swarming at InfoComm 2019, featuring a 3 x 3 square of LED video walls made with 81 IRiS™ R2 panels, plus another 36-panel IRiS™ InSite 2.5 wall.
“Our goal with this year's booth design was to create an environment where our customers would have the opportunity to get as much hands-on interaction with our products as possible," said Lucas Alonso, Product Development Manager.
"We had several light fixtures set out in our product demo area that were controlled via iPads, as well as video panels that could easily be disassembled all the way down to the receiving card to show the simplicity of installation, solid build quality and amazing serviceability of our IRiS™ video wall panels."
Fifteen additional fixtures rounded out the light show cast, directed by AntiShadows Lighting Design. Moving heads, both large and compact (Super-G™ 150) were on display along with IP65-rated fixtures (TOURnado™ ), fit to weather any storm, indoor or outdoor.
Ellipsoidals (Aria™ ) and wash lights (Colorise™ / ProPar™ ) were also fan favorites for the crowds at the Orange County Convention Center. But the breakout star was the prototype for Blizzard's new, internally-developed product: SoC-It™ – a wireless, single universe, Art-Net receiver.