The media displays that form the seasonal window display on Madison Avenue are a combination of Christie Digital high resolution MicroTiles and Traxon LED Mesh and String, all running on 4 x disguise 4U v2.5 systems with a single disguise understudy. Outputting 15 layers of HD video simultaneously, disguise has been integrated into the design and production process from the early stages through to delivery.
One of the key benefits of having the 3D simulator integrated into disguise was being able to program the show far ahead of the event. This show was programmed on the 10th floor of Barneys New York, without any line of sight of the physical displays, another key benefit of having an integrated 3D simulator.
What made disguise the right solution for this high-profile project was the simplicity with which operators were able to swap and re-configure outputs on the spot. disguise can flip the video in real-time without any adjustments to the content with a few mouse clicks. The 3D simulation together with its output re-configuration abilities caused a dramatically reduced set-up time. This meant fewer members of the public seeing the show ahead of the event.