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NanoLumens to Host Webinar with Cenero, LS3P, and Second Story on Award-Winning Legacy Union Install

PLSN Staff • Projection Connection News • February 3, 2020

ATLANTA, GA – NanoLumens, Inc., the award-winning creators of LED visualization solutions in any size, shape or curvature, today announced an upcoming webinar to dive into the award-winning Bank of America Tower lobby display in the Legacy Union development in Charlotte, North Carolina. Recognized as one of the 2019 Installs of the Year by Systems Contractor News and a finalist for both the Digital Signage Awards and the Inavate Awards, the enormous LED display in Legacy Union’s bustling new high-rise development is believed to be the largest native 4K display ever installed indoors. Now, a few months after the project’s completion, several of the key players are getting together again to dive back into their impressive media architecture accomplishment.

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Scheduled for 2:00 PM on February 27th, 2020, the webinar will feature expert voices from Cenero, the integration firm who engineered the project, LS3P, the architects who designed the space, and Second Story, the content firm who produced the immersive digital sculpture Unify that adorns the display today. Each party will bring their unique perspective to the webinar, with insights on why specific decisions were made, what each team member found most challenging and inspiring, and what lessons can be learned from the design, integration, and operation processes. As NanoLumens Robert Simms said recently, “the size of the installation is exceeded only by the scope of its impact on the building and the surrounding community. With so much still to learn from this project it made sense to dive back in.”

Moderated by NanoLumens, the discussion is an effort to give interested parties as much information about the project as possible, as well as to provide a roadmap for how future developments might create their own media architecture masterpieces. If architecture, digital art, display creativity, and reimagined thinking are topics that interest you, be sure to register for the webinar! The link to the registration page can be found here. We look forward to you joining us!




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