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SEMA Axalta-2
07/08/20
Blog

7 Tips for using Lightweight Materials

By Todd Dailey One thing we’ve found out recently is that there is no drayage in virtual exhibits…cool! By the way, there’s also no regard for physics in virtual experiences, so you can design the components of your dreams without ‘are you crazy?!’ questions coming from the engineering department. When safe and well-prepared physical experiences come back into the wild we want to be ready.  A good discussion to be having now is where and when to use lightweight materials so you can get the best return on your investment moving forward. Inevitably, most conversations with clients circle around to a discussion…

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UAVs-help2.RESIZED
05/26/20
Blog

Drones

by David Fertik

Aerial cinematography has been around since the civil war. A native Philadelphian named Thaddeus Lowe, developed a portable hydrogren gas plant in 1863. He used the gas to inflate large balloons that would carry a camera hundreds of feet into the air in order to spy on the confederates.

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KBIS19.Tree.RESIZED
05/26/20
Article

Dream House

For the 2019 Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS), Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. wanted to demonstrate how its various household products meld together electronically while also highlighting its appliances’ new finishes and showing off its premium Chef Collection. “To accomplish all that…

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