These are some of our Installation jobs, and our team can work with you to design your own project.
We designed and installed a training facility inside the law offices of Phillips, Lytle, Hitchcock, Blaine & Huber LLP. The interactive facility simulates the courtroom environment so that attorneys are able to practice for courtroom appearances. The judge's bench and the AMX control system are shown in this picture. SVS also provided the prosecution and defense desks, the witness stand, as well as the jury seating area. A large plasma screen, camera, and speakers are connected to a remote location in order to provide a participating "audience". The remote connection provides an opportunity for partners and associates of the firm to monitor the progress of their attorneys. The remote audience provides a real courtroom reaction to the statements of attorneys. Recordings of the simulation also provide attorneys with feedback on the effectiveness of their presentation skills and speaking habits.
This Orchard Park Presbyterian Church is a large open venue with very high ceilings and an irregular shape. The existing sound system was not functioning properly and the liveliness of the walls and ceilings made for a challenging sound reinforcement solution. The new service was to include video projection, several live music feeds with monitors, several wireless and wired microphones, and the ability to present from a personal computer, DVD and VHS tape. Our solution was able to solve their sound reinforcement problem by: incorporating all of the necessary equipment, installing it in an unobtrusive manner, and providing complete control of the entire system from a single console. All of these objectives were accomplished while meeting the tight budgetary constraints of the church.
Hadley Exhibits asked SVS to provide a rear projection video system for a train simulator that was train simulator that was designed and fabricated by the customer. Participants "drive" the train by pushing the throttle. The rear projection videos behind the front and side windows provide a realistic visualization of the engine racing down the tracks.