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Samsung Hu

Samsung was looking for a new experience in their 837 space in the meatpacking district. We worked with a photographer named Carlos Serrao to put together a tunnel where photography lighting and a Samsung Galaxy S7 phone work together to create interesting pictures of people. After walking through you can use a different S7 to see your picture, email it to yourself and share it up on the video wall outside the tunnel. Here’s my picture when we opened it.

Here’s the case study video.

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LA Dodgers – Digital Trading Room

This was a project I was tech director on in the Spring/Summer of 2014. I wasn’t exactly sure when I was allowed to talk about but since you can now find it on Google I guess it’s OK.

The Dodgers hired us to revamp their entire trading process. We built them a room where they could discuss/argue/debate potential trades. There was a 5 x 3 HD display powered by a web application running at full resolution (9600 x 3240). There was also a desktop and iPad experience to control the information displayed on the big screen.

The development team did an amazing job, building a nodde.js backend which had to integrate with some 3rd party data sources. Also since a part of the front end was running at such a high resolution it had to be built in a way where it would scale up gracefully.

By the trade deadline last year the application was running great and looking amazing.

Here’s the a case study video we created, you can skip to 0:55 to see my beautiful mug:)