For the Best Project Award in the Corporate and Industrial category, Holovis made it two years in a row, winning the award for its Jaguar Land Rover Experience. Collecting the award was Paul Bostock from Jaguar Land Rover and Stuart Hetherington from Holovis (pictured from left to right).
Jaguar Land Rover’s Warwickshire HQ fitted a three-phase virtual reality experience including a VR Cave that can amend product designs in real time.
The Corporate and Industrial Star Product Award went to SiliconCore for Peony 2.6, which is the world’s first high-resolution LED wall with anti moiré filter. It was developed with integrator Display Systems and used for Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation’s (NRK) new state-of-the-art studio. Pictured below with the award from left to right are: Steve Scorse (SiliconCore); Tommy Skoglun (Display Systems); Laila Hede Jensen (SiliconCore); Pål Atle Normann (Display Systems).
SiliconCore’s Common Cathode Technology design is more efficient at generating a given brightness for a given amount of power, ensuring that less is wasted as heat, reducing power consumption and increasing the lifespan of the display for industry leading total cost of ownership.
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