There are many ways to display relevant social media feeds at your event—most of them dead boring. If you’d like something more interesting, allow us to suggest the Z-WALL.
Made of aluminum, glass, and many, many pixels, it’s a customizable display system capable of conveying an enormous amount of dynamic information in truly mesmerizing fashion. The twelve HD LED monitors come to life in a simulated train station display, flipping between content in a visually compelling, constantly updating animation. The Z-WALL is topped with a computer controlled row of physical electromagnetic flip-dots, capable of displaying animated messages. It’s a wonderful way to breathe analog life into digital content, and the sound of all 1500+ dots changing at the same time is arresting.
A social media display is only as good as the media it’s displaying, and the Z-WALL provides fantastic tools to manage and acquire tasty content. A custom scheduling system allows you to create updatable, real-time playlists—it’s designed to automatically make the most of the assets you have, and help you find more. It also has built-in tools for searching and integrating Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, and Foursquare, plus a robust API for getting custom data into the system quickly and painlessly.
If you’re looking for a replacement for tired Twitter video projections or vanilla monitor walls, the Z-WALL is a best-of-breed display system for social engagement and data visualization.
The Z-Wall was designed by Iontank and produced in collaboration with MAYA Design, Rhiza Labs and Technique Architectural Products for PEPSICO at SXSW.