Dataton helps creates Caribbean retreat at The Reef - Installation

Dataton helps creates Caribbean retreat at The Reef

Dataton’s Watchout multi-image display and presentation software used in AV technology at Danish hotel and resort.
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Dataton’s Watchout multi-image display and presentation software used in AV technology at Danish hotel and resort. The people from Denmark and wider Scandinavia can escape from the approaching winter to the warmer climes of the Western Caribbean at The Reef Hotel & Resort. The attraction, located just metres away from the ferry terminal in Fredrikshavn, Denmark, uses the latest audiovisual technology to immerse visitors. 
 Swedish systems integration company Mediatec Solutions has provided all audio, video, lighting and control including Dataton’s Watchout multi-image display and presentation software. Content was designed and created by award-winning hospitality and exhibition designers Stylt Trampoli.@page_break@Erik Nissen Johansen, creative director and founder at Stylt Trampoli, designed The Reef concept. “The Reef is the former Stena Line ‘Badehotellet’. We have created a unique adventure for the whole family who are treated to sound, scents, lapping waves, music, a warm breeze, light effects and 32-degree temperatures all year round,” he said. “Dataton Watchout manages content on two large projection displays positioned above the pool, inside the adventure park. Here tropical imagery is shown working alongside sound effects,” explained Jörgen Börling, manager at Mediatec.@page_break@In The Reef restaurant Mediatec has integrated a further nine screens with content synchronized and matched using Watchout. “The restaurant presentation provides a pre-dinner show that is connected to the story of The Reef with stunning storytelling content created by Stylt,” said Börling. Lars Sandlund, chief operating officer at Dataton said: “The creative ways in which Watchout is used never ceases to amaze us and we’re delighted that our technology is enjoyed by Scandinavians at The Reef.” Photography: Stylt Trampoli www.dataton.com

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