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How They Did It: Showroom Success

CEDIA
Jul 04, 2014

Featuring a large open-space plan, this showroom includes a lobby, theater room, conference room, and a backroom display of racks and distribution. The showroom also features energy management capabilities.

CEDIA member Logic Integration says their showroom is one of their company’s greatest achievements. The space earned the Best Showroom award in CEDIA’s 2013 Electronic Lifestyles® Awards competition.




The Lobby:


In the lobby, horizontal and vertical digital signage is featured, along with Planar video walls and Crestron automation. The front windows feature MechoShade motorized shading.




Theater Room:


A large theater room includes theater seating, lighting control and HD front projection on a 110-inch screen.




The theater can be controlled via Apple iPad or wireless Crestron touch panels.




Also in the theater is acoustic paneling to control light reflection and acoustics.




The Conference Room:


The showroom includes a 16- to 18-person conference room, fully integrated and automated. The conference room includes a 16-foot-long custom-made conference table by Franz Designs.




The room features six LED-lit in-table microphones, pop-up touch panels and power, six zones of lighting, audio throughout the ceiling, and a motorized front projection system that includes a 130-inch screen and motorized 5500-lumen projection system.




The room also features dual 65-inch Planar displays side-by-side with HD videoconferencing. A 55-inch interactive touch panel by Planar display systems is a favorite of visitors. The conference room also boasts iPad control, in-wall touch panel control and Vaddio’s interactive whiteboard system with capture.




Energy Management:


Lighting control, shade control and HVAC control is highlighted throughout the office and showroom.

Racks and Distribution:


In the back of the showroom are three 44-space racks filled top to bottom with the latest and greatest digital media systems, digital signage, video processing, Cisco infrastructure, movie and music management, and video and audio conferencing equipment, all running from a centralized system via Crestron control.




The Result:


A great audio visual showroom does more than exhibit product lines; it sparks excitement in potential clients as they imagine better visuals and audios in their home or office. Logic Integration’s showroom is easy to operate and understand. Potential clients are encouraged to experience the systems first-hand and see the benefits of straightforward, unobtrusive technology systems.



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