This high-tech video wall adorns the lobby of the 25-story 95 State office tower. The screen covers 720 square feet, capturing the attention of visitors and pedestrians to introduce them to the building’s state-of-the-art amenities. This moving art is one of the few video displays of its kind in the country.
The Hunt Electric AV Technology team was selected to design and install the video wall, which is 65 feet long, 11 feet tall, and makes a 90-degree curve around a corner. Hunt assembled this massive screen by first attaching 40 power supply panels directly to the lobby wall. We then covered the panels with more than 2,000 8-inch by 4-inch Nixel tiles that display the video.
Supply chain issues shortened our window for installation, so our crew worked 18-hour days to complete three weeks of work in only nine days. These same delays reduced the time available to us for programming the screen from weeks to hours. So, Hunt’s in-house programmer quickly created content to display on the video wall at its public debut.
The high-quality work of Hunt's AV Technology team won the praise of the video wall manufacturer for bringing their creation to life. and our ability to complete the installation within a significantly reduced schedule delighted the owner.