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RealMotion Powers Interactive Experiences at the Statue of Liberty Museum

Powered by our real-time technology RealMotion™, over 4.4 million annual visitors will have the opportunity to discover the story of the Statue of Liberty through a compelling curation of interactive experiences.

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RealMotion Selected for an Interactive Installation at Vancouver International Airport

Using a Microsoft Kinect and a UI camera, the system covers a large area and can detect movement either from people walking by or people standing in line, then reacts accordingly. One of the non-interactive pieces replicates the flight path map that used to hang on the wall, with a few digital flourishes added on.

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eBay selects RealMotion servers for their HQ in San José

The 165’ multitouch wall displays real-time visuals based on live data of worldwide transactions providing a visual representation of eBay’s core business. The space’s aesthetics is enhanced by six seamlessly integrated and synchronized LED-clad columns. The cutting-edge technology tools are set to captivate guests and promote the brand’s core identity in this new upscale gathering space.

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Interactive Experience at the Sofitel Hotel in Paris

The RealMotion system installed at the Sofitel Paris Baltimore hotel predominantly generates real-time content at 6K resolution that is being maximized by the system’s pixel mapping features. RealMotion’s ability to enable real-time compositing allowed Float4 to layer multiple types of media.

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Royal Caribbean Creates a New Standard for guest experiences with interactive wall

Royal Caribbean officials chose RealMotion technology to build on Materials & Methods’ vision for this constantly changing and evolving, gesture-driven art wall on the ship’s main esplanade that engages all 4,180 double-occupancy passengers who travel on the Ovation of the Seas.

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