Once again we had the pleasure and fun to write and create the main show for the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s (GMCC) Goals Conference, which took place June 5th, 2015, at the downtown Hilton in Miami, FL. For as long as we can remember, Multivision has been called on to supply video production services to the Chamber. Read more
When our client, B&D Group, came to us about bringing to market a totally new consumer product informercials ,we said “bring it on.” We had helped introduce new and innovative consumer products before for sale on Home Shopping Network, as well as retailers like Bed Bath and Beyond. Read more
It seems the whole world is focused on doing business in China. Over the last year we have seen more and done more Chinese productions for more of our clients asking us to create video productions in Mandarin Chinese. This opportunity has really helped us hone those skills and create ways of getting these projects done with the most accuracy and cost effectiveness possible. Read more
About eighteen months ago I flew aboard a helicopter, shooting aerial footage of Miami Dade County’s wastewater treatment plants. The plants are located on the South Florida coastline, at Biscayne Bay. Read more
Sometimes new innovations can be pretty high tech, while looking very low on the technology scale. Such is the case with our dynamic new Multivision product, The Video Brochure. Read more
Fresh water, wastewater, bridges, seaports, airports: as America’s infrastructure assets age and fall in disrepair, Multivision has been getting ongoing work helping companies that are seeking the job of restoring and rebuilding those critical and basic physical and organizational structures and facilities. Read more
Our ability with Multi-screen interactive displays won us a contract to create and execute a six screen display for The Miami Children’s museum as they were funded by the Dept. of energy.
The exhibit entitled “My Green house” was to show how kids can do their part to conserve energy, protect the environment and help their family save money.
It was to be built as part of a huge re-imagination of the museum and one of the first new exhibits.We created the concept of using 6 screens controlled by a series of programmable High Definition video players managed by a Crestron controller. An interactive touch pad would control each screen.
Along with ARTS Paul Bell,we designed the system integration and created the show which featured characters in each room of the house that would react to the touch pad and turn off the lights,close the shade,turn off the water etc.
All scenes were shot on our stage with Green screen and we created the graphics and green screen plates for each room.
The exhibit was fabricated by Miami Exhibits.
Ever since our client, Jeff Berkowitz, approached us about getting involved with his idea to build Miami’s version of the Eiffel Tower, we have been tremendously excited about the project. Jeff is an amazing visionary with big ideas and a proven ability to get things done.
Jeff’s idea inspired us, and the opportunity to help make this project a reality with our unique brand of video production service was even more exciting.
Multivision produced it in English, Spanish and Mandarin, showcasing other tourist towers around the world: in Shanghai, Paris, Seattle and Toronto. It’s amazing to see huge numbers of tourists ascending these towers for a birds-eye view of a city.
We created a 3D simulation of the tower with some amazing helicopter HD aerials we shot with a Cineflex camera rig.
For the English version we brought in the voice of The History channel’s Modern Marvels, narrator Max Raphael, as we figured this is sure to be among the marvels that broadcast show will want to showcase.
It will be the highest building on the east coast, south of New York City, with an observation deck, a motion 3D theater, a bungee jump attraction (Sky Drop), and a thrill ride high above the city (Sky Plunge). It will also boast a world class nightclub, a Michelin restaurant, and ballroom and meeting space.
It will really be an icon for the city, and the centerpiece for our exciting new downtown. We are honored to be part of its development, helping Jeff and his team.
Now that the citizens of Miami have overwhelmingly voted to let the project proceed, it’s “up, up and away”!
Thanks to our client, Huntsman Springs, our video crew got a chance for a video shoot in Driggs, Idaho, a magnificent part of the United States. Driggs is about a forty-minute drive from Jackson Hole, WY, in the Teton mountain range. Our time there was a reminder of what winter feels like in the Northwest.
But as luck would have it, the weather changed in an instant. We were told the weather is often unpredictable. The next day we were presented with blizzard conditions that brought with it some amazing images, with sixteen inches of new powder on the ski slopes.
Along with our Jackson Hole based video crew, on-camera talent from the Salt Lake City area, and a RED Epic® camera, we went shooting all over the area. These shots included downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and winter wildlife. It was a blast!
It’s a truly beautiful area, and we will return this summer to continue telling the Huntsman Springs story, and showcasing summer activities that are available there. These include hiking, horseback riding, camping, fishing and golf.
Thanks to our editing services we were able to provide 10 minute videos to use on the Huntsman website.
We plan to shoot some amazing aerials as well, and really explore the Teton Mountains that rise above the horizon, near the resort community.
Creative Displays came to the right place when they called on Multivision to create stunning 42-inch touchscreen HD interactive touchscreen displays for the 2013 Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA) trade show in Chicago in November. We have been working with Creative Displays on many corporate video production projects, using high-tech video applications over the years.
This latest display showcased six videos produced for the Portsmouth, VA based company Massimo Zanetti, who is a major supplier of coffee and private label refreshments.
The touchscreen display allowed the viewer to touch one of six on-screen buttons to select a video that explained an area of interest. The system then played the video they selected.
Our production crew in Miami deployed an Apple® Macintosh® based solution using a Mac® Mini controller and touchscreen overlay panels, developed byMusic Computing, to achieve a seamless switch between videos. Visit our portfolio for more on Interactive Touchscreen Displays.
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