One of our most recent jobs was at Bendigo Tech Schools in Victoria, Australia. There are new Tech Schools popping up all over the state and the newest edition needed a showstopper … that’s where CSI came in!
We installed our latest custom technology including our collaboration touch wall with a three-channel short throw blended projection system, a two-channel blended projection system, and two single-channel systems be projected onto blinds. Each multi projection system comes with our custom warp and blending software which we use to stitch each channel together to form a single image. This allows for an almost unlimited pixel space which naturally favours large datasets, visualisation and collaboration.
It’s so important for us to make sure our technologies utilise space in a variety of different ways, especially non-standard formats and surfaces, like otherwise unused walls or blinds, or even floors and curved surfaces. Anything can be used as a screen and be overlayed with multilple levels of interaction, and its great to see Bendigo Tech School embracing this with an open mind, preparing for future ways of learning, working and playing!
We are now deploying Jarviz-IoE, our Internet of everything app into Bendigo Tech School’s entire fleet of hardware to control everything from the lights, blinds, templerature, power, screens, projectors, servers, and most of all content on screens for groups of students everyday.