Category visualization

Into the Void

At THE VOID you will walk into new dimensions and experience worlds without limits. From fighting intergalactic wars on alien planets, to casting spells in the darkest of dungeons, THE VOID presents the future of entertainment. Only limited by imagination, our advanced Virtual-Reality technologies allow you to see, move, and feel our digital worlds in […]

The future of projection: survival of the fittest?

Higher resolutions, brighter light sources, better connectivity and increased interactivity; having superior technology can make all the difference on the highly competitive projection market. But where is this high-speed train headed for? An overview of the most important challenges the industry is facing today. I’ve written a blog post about my thoughts on the future […]

Choosing the right contrast ratio for your meeting room projector

In display technology, contrast is one of the most important image quality metrics. It allows us to distinguish the content of an image regardless of its brightness. The challenges that come with producing an ideal contrast ratio have forever been challenge of the projection industry. Read the full story at the SWITCH Blog by Barco! […]

Welcome to the Holodeck; RoomAlive – by Microsoft!

How cool would it be if you turn your room – any room – into an interactive touch screen, where images are dynamically shifted in response to your movements? Allowing you to peak over and around the images and get deeply immersed in virtual reality environments? I’d say it would be insanely cool! Last year, […]

The power of pixels: Improve meeting & collaboration efficiency

All organizations want to improve business performance. How can the modern business organization ensure that their meeting and collaboration rooms foster sensible thinking and smart, efficient decisions? I have written a white paper covering the advantage high resolution displays have over displays with low resolution. I highlight some of the challenges organizations face while trying […]

Flightless birds – the migratory pattern of 300.000 Norwegians

I live in Norway. To many it is a strange country, way up north, where polar bears roam the streets and we are either depressed because of the complete darkness during winter or the never ending light during summer due to the midnight sun, when darkness is chased to oblivion. Where cool visualizations happen. (that […]