Intel CES

As part of their keynote address at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Intel asked All of it Now to help bring one of their cutting-edge tech displays to life. The display in question featured the use of six RealSense depth cameras, two trampolines, three aerial acrobats, and one MASSIVE LED wall and floor. All of it Now leveraged the power of Disguise’s GX2 media servers to capture the motion-data of the LED-clad acrobats, and convert it into original real-time generative graphics, displayed in tandem with the performers.

Forbes heralded Intel’s CES show as “the most visually rich performance ... ever seen at a tech show—colorful, complex and stunning.”

Intel CES

As part of their keynote address at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Intel asked All of it Now to help bring one of their cutting-edge tech displays to life. The display in question featured the use of six RealSense depth cameras, two trampolines, three aerial acrobats, and one MASSIVE LED wall and floor. All of it Now leveraged the power of Disguise’s GX2 media servers to capture the motion-data of the LED-clad acrobats, and convert it into original real-time generative graphics, displayed in tandem with the performers.

Forbes heralded Intel’s CES show as “the most visually rich performance [sic] ever seen at a tech show—colorful, complex and stunning.” We’ll take that as a compliment!

Intel CES

As part of their keynote address at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Intel asked All of it Now to help bring one of their cutting-edge tech displays to life. The display in question featured the use of six RealSense depth cameras, two trampolines, three aerial acrobats, and one MASSIVE LED wall and floor. All of it Now leveraged the power of Disguise’s GX2 media servers to capture the motion-data of the LED-clad acrobats, and convert it into original real-time generative graphics, displayed in tandem with the performers.

Forbes heralded Intel’s CES show as “the most visually rich performance [sic] ever seen at a tech show—colorful, complex and stunning.” We’ll take that as a compliment!

Intel CES

As part of their keynote address at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Intel asked All of it Now to help bring one of their cutting-edge tech displays to life. The display in question featured the use of six RealSense depth cameras, two trampolines, three aerial acrobats, and one MASSIVE LED wall and floor. All of it Now leveraged the power of Disguise’s GX2 media servers to capture the motion-data of the LED-clad acrobats, and convert it into original real-time generative graphics, displayed in tandem with the performers.

Forbes heralded Intel’s CES show as “the most visually rich performance [sic] ever seen at a tech show—colorful, complex and stunning.” We’ll take that as a compliment!

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Disguise Show Programming
RealSense Integration
System Design
Interactive Design
Software Development
Technical Support

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Intel
CES

Services Rendered
Content Design
Disguise Show Programming
RealSense Integration
System Design
Interactive Design
Software Development
Technical Support

Client
Intel
CES

Services Rendered
Content Design
Disguise Show Programming
RealSense Integration
System Design
Interactive Design
Software Development
Technical Support

Client
Intel
CES

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395 S VAN NESS AVE.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103
info@allofitnow.com
(415) 525-4215

395 S VAN NESS AVE.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103
info@allofitnow.com
(415) 525-4215