DIGIS, LANIT and the Microtiles perspective.
Like all good banks, Russia’s Sberbank has always had an eye for the future, having just refurbished its Saint Petersburg HQ entrance with more than eight million pixels from forty-three Christie MicroTiles.
The installation by LANIT Nord-West (part of the LANIT Group), a systems integrator and banking sector specialist, and Christie technology distributor DIGIS, creates a multimedia showstopper for the entrance hall and an effective space for collaboration on the floors above. The MicroTiles are mounted at varying depths and, head-on, appear to be a large 2D screen; but the changes in perspective become apparent walking past – highlighting content, MicroTiles’ architectural abilities, and a resolution surpassing 4k at 4650 x 1740 pixels.
At Sberbank MicroTiles prove once again they are not just screens. They go places and create statements others cannot.
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