Previously named the Fitzgerald, the D Hotel in Las Vegas wanted its guests to discover the hotel-casino in a surprising way. Using one of the largest screens in the world, we created a video wall that invites patrons into the premises.
The wall is comprised of a mechanical header that allows the columns supporting the video screens to be brought together or separated through the use of programming.
The mechanical movement is controlled through scissor-like structures that function with a cable and pulley system. It’s simple, yet effective. The last column on the right is fixed and all the others are deployed in a proportional manner.
The structures are made of steel and aluminum and finished with marine paint adapted to the Las Vegas climate.
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