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Logic Integration Revamps Building for NexGen

Published: 2023-08-22

Introduction

NexGen approached Logic Integration after researching videowalls for a building they purchased in the Denver Tech Center. The building is a one-of-a-kind center for the area and they wanted to completely renovate it as their new headquarters.

Challenges

As this involved a complete building renovation, the client and architect wanted a very clean aesthetic look complemented by Logic Integration’s technology. The primary wall in the lobby needed to be a statement piece that could be used for presentations and client focused content, as well as for artistic imagery.

Solutions

According to a statement, the NexGen team is very technologically savvy and had done a lot of research on videowalls and had chosen Planar, prominent in the videowall space. The NexGen team had also seen a large videowall installation by Logic Integration, and were impressed with the quality and look of the install.

Logic Integration provided several solutions with different pixel pitches. Here, the team strategically chose a Planar 1.2mm fine pixel pitch that provided a stunning image even from close viewing distances. The Planar trim kit also ensured a clean look that hid all the technology.

The larger lobby video wall has a unique size of and 302-inch diagonal with a 5K resolution. For this area, the team selected a Datapath videowall processor to ingest content from a variety of sources and locations in the building. This is controlled by a Crestron control system with custom programming. The Crestron system also controls our Atlas audio system for background music and sound masking.

For the “all–hands” area, Logic Integration filled the available wall with a 206-inch diagonal, 4K 1.2mm pitch product with content managed by a Visix video wall/signage solution. This gives the end user the ability to provide stunning content as well as messaging and cable TV. In the board room, the team needed to complement the room and disappear when not in use. The solution thus included a motorized screen with a Sony laser projection system resting on a lift which conceals itself in the ceiling when not in use. Additionally, the team utilized a custom programmed Crestron control system for this room.

Key Technologies

  • Biamp Desono C-IC6 White In-Ceiling, Indoor 6.5-inch Coaxial Loudspeakers
  • SONY VPL-PHZ60 Sony VPL-PHZ60 – 3LCD projector – 6500 lumens
  • Yealink UVC84 4K, 12x optical USB PTZ camera
  • Yealink WPP20 video conferencing high-quality wireless content sharing pod
  • Atlas C-ZS-US Atmosphere Zone, Source, and Volume Wall Controller
  • Planar 12×8 MGP 1.2mm 12×8 MGP 1.2mm, 23.8 feet by 8.9 feet (Videowall)
  • Planar 8×8 MGP 1.2mm 8×8 MGP 1.2mm, 217-inch diagonal (Videowall)
  • VX-S-CPNS-H Visix – Hardware – Media Player with 6 Outputs
  • VX-S-CPC-H Visix – Hardware – AxisTV Element 4K Media Player
  • Crestron RMC4 4-Series Room Media Controller
  • DATAPATH VideoWall Custom Quote 4slot frame, 4 ch. HDMI Graphics card, 4 Ch. HDMI Capture card and Graphics card

Results

According to Logic Integration, this emerged as a truly fun project to design with the client. The company notes that the team did a great job executing the project in concert with the architect, GC and other trades. It is a truly unique space that is both stunning and functional.

Click on “View Slideshow” for additional images of the installation. All images courtesy of Dylan Cassagnol (Logic Integration).

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