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NOVA is a novel three-dimensional screen with the capability to display dynamic visuals in three dimensions and 16 million colours at a refresh rate of 25 images per second.
NOVA is based on a modular layout: An individual base plate measures 0.5 x 0.5 meters and can be equipped with LED strings of variable length (0.1–3.0 meters).

NOVA is a new medium offering unlimited opportunities to architects, media designers and communication managers taking interior design, entertainment and communications to the next level:
Innovative state-of-the-art technology resulting in unique visual properties provokes new strategies regarding conceptualization, story-telling, design and visualization.

A software that has been specifically developed to adapt and create content for NOVA display allows to transfer a broad variety of input – statistical data, virtual images and video sequences – into a proprietary file format suitable for screening content in three dimensions offering unique opportunities to blend content from various sources, e.g. the arts, the media and corporate communications.

The NOVA display is best positioned in a public space where it can be installed permanently (e.g. at airports, train stations, shopping malls, conference facilities, casinos, theme parks, stadiums, museums, hotels and company headquarters) or temporarily (e.g. at trade shows, fairs and exhibitions).

NOVA creates immediate attention offering a unique visual experience.


Jamie Wieck

How do you make your business card stand out?

Make it grow!

We’re seeing a lot of clever business cards perfect for your green thumb, and its about time! Jamie Wieck breathes new life into business cards with his Growing Business Card. This little number transforms from a regular business card to miniature house plant, sprouting alfalfa or cress when watered. Who wouldn’t want this on their desk?

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