Drawing in More Crowds at Toronto’s TIFF Bell Lightbox
Cineplex Digital Media Inc. (CDS) was looking to create a stunning and captivating outdoor entrance way for the new TIFF Bell Lightbox Centre on King Street in Toronto. Media Resources was excited at the opportunity and partnered with CDS to work on this project for the iconic cultural landmark. We built the LED displays, collaborated on the design with Envison, dry fitted the complete solution at our shop and installed all elements of the project on site. The digital LED displays consist of two 6.6mm LED displays, each measuring 3’ 10” high x 13’ 6” wide and are mounted on the ceiling of the main entrance. Included with the project, are several LCD outdoor displays along with LED lighting panels to provide vehicular and pedestrian viewing of upcoming TIFF events. The new LED digital displays will be a prominent edition when TIFF hosts their exhibits and film festivals.
TIFF Bell Lightbox Project (click image for larger view)
Interactive Spectacular LED Displays in Downtown Windsor
Media Resources was selected by Provincial Sign Systems to supply spectacular LED displays that wrap around the corner of the new Windsor Star building in Windsor, Ontario. The top display is a high resolution 16mm pixel shared unit measuring 18’ high by 45’ wide with a bottom ribbon board measuring 5’ high by 42’ wide to create a stunning visual effect. These signs will be used as part of the new Windsor entertainment district to display images, show live feeds of sporting events, news, and act as an interactive display to engage the audience on the street.
Paul Cotton, Owner and CEO of Provincial Sign Systems says: “As a leader in the industry, of sign and structural manufacturing, we manage and install traditional and spectacular projects. We were pleased to have selected Media Resources as our LED display partner for the impressive Windsor Star wall system. We valued the cooperation of Media Resources in the planning process, recommendations of modules, design and fabrication of LED displays, and support services. We endeavour to deliver exceptional results and commend Media Resources for their bright contributions.”
Windsor Star Project (click image for larger view)
Media Resources has the solution you need in digital signage, indoors and out. We provide everything from scoreboards and entertainment displays to large LED billboards. Our units are cost- effective, leading edge, and able to make your message stand out from all others.
We can deliver brilliant, balanced colours in any ambient lighting condition -- darkness to full sunlight, at any viewing angle with multiple dimming capabilities. Our LED and other panels are energy-efficient and imagery can be uploaded remotely from your computer.
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Entertaining and informing BC ferry riders while waiting at Duke Point.
Earlier this year, B.C. Ferries, one of the largest ferry service companies in the world, was looking for partners to design, manufacture, install and provide ongoing content management services for a 13’ high by 25’ wide digital display that was to be installed at their Duke Point Ferry Terminal on Vancouver Island. Working in partnership with Scala Digital Signage, Certified Partner, and The Data Works, who provided the scheduling & content management software, Media Resources designed & installed the pole, structure, and the digital display. The display uses our 16mm pixel shared Vision iQ sealed module system with diagnostics.
Says Richard Hyde, President of the The Data Works, “Media Resources was the perfect partner for this project. With The Data Works providing the content management, we really relied on Media Resources’ expertise to develop and install the LED display. It really is a beautiful display that provides The Data Works with a great platform to inform BC Ferries’ customers on the status of the next ferry, safety messaging and to entertain & educate passengers about BC Ferries and British Columbia. We are very pleased with the results and our partnership with Media Resources.”
BC Ferries Project (click image for larger view)