The Frazier Museum in Louisville, KY is considered the start of the Bourbon Trail. To celebrate this landmark, Gramercy Tech partnered with Imagination in order to merge tradition with technology by developing a 10 person interactive table where museum goers can explore the rich history and heritage of Kentucky Bourbon. The experience allows users to discover curated content fed to the table by a fully form CMS. The experience ties together the people, culture and industrial factors that give Kentucky Bourbon its rich history.
Gramercy Tech helped global architecture giant; Gensler, to develop a companion mobile application for the newly finished AKC Museum of the Dog in New York City. The app intends to provide museum goers with an in depth experience using augmented reality to highlight key components of the artwork on display. Specifically the AR overlays enable attendees to quickly identify dog breeds and learn more about them as well as take pictures with the museum mascot, Arty the virtual dog.
VidCon, the world's largest celebration of online video & digital creators gathering thousands of online video viewers, creators, and industry representatives worldwide. Using our Registration and Reactive Signage technology we gave the creators and influencers the ‘welcome moment’ deserved.
Pop up activations are about putting something of immediate importance on display. Traveling with Pop2Life for Comedy Central’s Trump Twitter Library, we programmed a siren to send out an alert in the space every time President Trump tweeted and displayed the live feed on a screen below.
Attendees entered the Krabby Shack to race one another in Nickelodeon’s most successful Fry Cook Game. Two fry cooks, in aprons, competed to build as many Krabby Patties as possible in 75 seconds. When camera vision detected correctly assembled burgers in the “order up” window, a new order ticket appeared on an iPad with the next combination of three brightly colored wooden ingredients — Sea Ketchup, Cheese, Coral Bits . Camera views, order tickets and scores were streamed live to a leaderboard to keep everyone engaged.
Large scale events like X Games need flawless credentialing systems, that provide access control without long lines slowing everyone down. Producing and designing thousands of custom badges for ESPN, we also integrated barcodes for security and controlled access points onsite.
As part of an interactive wall, we designed a digital birthday cake with a candle you could blow out. Watching the digital flame actually react and extinguish brought a little bit of magic into the room, and set off an animated fireworks display on the wall above it.
Fans gathered at the Arthur Ashe Stadium to experience the first ever Fortnite World Cup. This event, with a $30 Million dollar prize pool, was the first ever event to allow players starting from 13 years old. In addition to watching the tournament, fans were able to go on festival style rides - such as zip lines, mini golf, face painting, character meet and greets, and more! Gramercy Tech handled all the RFID for the Fan Festival, Battle Pass, Credentialing, and Access Control for 18,000 fans.