January 10, 2017

"Who Ya Gonna Call?"

Madame Tussauds, a wax museum in New York City, created the Ghostbuster Experience.  Rather than creating elaborate wax statues of the Ghostbuster characters, they decided to step up their game to a whole new dimension.  Guests are immersed into a hallway that replicates a subway train station where their movement triggers animations.  The guests end up in a room where they see a subway in which the windows are digital displays.  They are met with a ghost pacing the subway that has a heightened dimension to it because of the depths of colors and shading that is achieved through the displays. 

Who you gonna call to set up your interactive displays and take your guests' experience to a whole new level?  Contact BLR today.

For more in-depth details on the displays and experience, visit Digital signage calls the Ghostbusters.

June 15, 2015

Marilyn Monroe & the Subway Meet Again!

Lifetime TV prepared for their upcoming mini-series about iconic Marilyn Monroe with a digital sign in the New York subway stations.  The signs were equipped with audio sensors that set the screen to life every time the subway was pulling up.  Learn more from DigitalSignageToday.com's article, "Iconic Marilyn Monroe 'skirt' scene re-created in the NYC Subway".