Lumicom team worked closely together with the architects and engineers and came up with a solution which included 168 VuePix Infiled Digital Wallpaper cabinets, seamlessly attached to the building structures, complimenting the ultra-modern look and feel of the environment.
High-resolution Digital Wallpaper media platforms (of 1.5mm pixel pitch) were installed in 5 main studios, each of them in various sizes and configuration to best compliment the space and purpose of each studio. The flexibility of the space and technology have also been taken into consideration, with two rooms offering a semi-permanent solution, which can be easily changed and reconfigured when required.
“The final result, and of course client’s satisfaction, speaks for itself,” says Scott. “To deliver new ultra-modern facilities with first-class technology was the ultimate goal for the entire team at Southern Cross Austereo and 40+ architects & engineers who worked on this project. To see it come to fruition makes us super proud that we have been part of this project, creating a new benchmark for the entertainment content production & broadcast environment in Australia.”
Southern Cross Austereo prides itself on producing and delivering creative content reaching over 95% of the Australian population. “We have seen outstanding results out of the audio and video content produced in our new studios thus far, further cementing our focus on entertaining, informing and inspiring Aussies no matter where or when”, comments Gino Canzano, Engineering Manager at Southern Cross Austereo Victoria.