Glass Interactive Systems in New York City are the future of interactive media. Located in a 400-square-metre gallery space in Nolita, the event garnered extensive media coverage and was home to 43 workshops and 75 other events. These glass interactive systems allow people to tap on objects and view information. Despite the privacy concerns that have plagued the field of digital art for years, these interactive systems are a great way to attract new customers to a brand.
The Tin Building in New York City is being renovated to house a marketplace. Howard Hughes Corporation, a real estate developer, chose to install Media Glass in its 53,000 square foot space. The installation is expected to be the largest implementation of GLAAM Media Glass in the United States. As a result, it will be the largest digital installation to feature Glass Interactive Systems. This installation is expected to open the doors to a new world for retail and entertainment.
These innovative glass interactive systems have become more versatile in recent years. They can now use finger and pen inputs to control content. Gesture control has become a popular feature and allows users to interact with the content by writing, drawing, or moving it. The technology is also weather-proof, which reduces maintenance costs. The cost of ownership of GLAAM Media Glass is significantly lower than that of traditional LED offerings.
Interactive glass displays have advanced in recent years. The technology has also become more flexible. Today’s glass interactive systems are equipped with touch and pen inputs, so users can manipulate content by using their hands. Gesture control also makes it possible to write, draw, or even move the content around. This makes for a collaborative presentation experience where the entire audience can be involved. The new technology can be found at any brand’s store window.
A recent project in Manhattan demonstrates the potential of glass interactive systems. The ANC and LINYC glass interactive displays will integrate with the audiovisual system in Pier 17 and the building’s ANC. The company has partnered with the Howard Hughes Corporation to create unique digital environments for the Tin Building. The media glass will be able to display a wide variety of content. It will be programmable and can include video and graphics.
ANC is a digital experience design and implementation company that works with glass and other interactive media displays. Its transparent LED-embedded Media Glass will also be installed in the historic Tin Building in Lower Manhattan. The new 53,000-square-foot marketplace will feature ANC’s custom construction-grade Media Glass. The project is the largest deployment of this technology in the United States. The ANC is also a trusted partner in the Howard Hughes Corporation’s innovative projects.