Microsoft @ CeBIT 2010
And they did it again! Fourteen different presentations, five days, six rear-projection-cubes, five LCD screens, 30 square meters of LED wall, one great success! The agency stereolize set a new standard at the Microsoft booth on the CeBIT!
Microsoft Cebit Presentation 2010 from Stereolize Gmbh on Vimeo.
Once again market leader Microsoft hired the German agency stereolize to create the content for their booth at the CeBIT, the largest IT exhibition in the world. Central piece of the booth was a huge LED wall, arranged as a rectangle, which showed an animation about one of the main subjects of the whole exhibition: cloud computing!
But as in the years before the real task was the creation of the presentations which were held in the Microsoft cinema. 14 different tracks discussed the new Microsoft products. The speakers held their presentations in front of a large back projection wall, on which the Ventuz applications were displayed. Highlight this year was the navigation - it was doubled! The speakers had the choice to either run through their slides on a holo screen set at the side of the stage, or whether they preferred the free on-screen navigation provided by the radarTOUCH.
Whichever way, the presentations had a natural flow and the speakers seemed very comfortable with the navigation.
Naturally, an agenda made of five LCD screens provided the main information about the current presentation and the schedule of the day.
But stereolize did one more thing! They created the animations for the Dynamic IT setup, which served as a control panel for several servers spread across the world. The setup included six rear projection cubes, three workstations and one touch screen. On the cubes you could see main details about the servers all over the world: status, temperature, safety issues and so forth. Via the touch screen one server could be selected and viewed more closely. Through each workstation you had direct access to each server. The screens of the workstations were captured and simultaniously displayed on the cubes.