LiquidView Debuts Virtual Window at InfoComm 2022
LiquidView has made a splash at InfoComm this week with the debut of its WindowLV virtual window product, opening the floor (or, more appropriately, wall) to breathtaking scenery and natural views. According to the company, architects, interior designers, and commercial customers, can literally add windows to rooms where none existed before or replace a poor view with a spectacular one.
“Like so many people, I have lived in homes and worked in offices with no views, or terrible ones,” says LiquidView CEO, and filmmaker, Mitch Braff. “Improving people’s lives through giving anyone a beautiful view was the catalyst for starting LiquidView. Our windows literally transform rooms.”
LiquidView notes that all scenery included on the WindowLV has been shot over the course of 24 hours, allowing it to be synchronized to the time of day where the scenery is being used. For instance, if a WindowLV installed in New York wants to look out onto the Paris skyline, the sunsets will be able to match up at the same time.
Additionally, the views change each day to match the changing length of each day, and can shift between multiple geographic locations from an original content library shot by high level cinematographers in global locale.
WindowLV Gives Even the Most Blocked in Spaces Access to Rich, Natural Views
Each Window comes with a trim-ready installation kit, high-quality 4K commercial display, and access to the LiquidView’s Content Library, available through subscription. The installation kit was designed by Leon Speakers, who has over a decade of experience designing innovative display frames through Media Décor.
“I believe with the WindowLV, LiquidView offers a disruptive solution that can completely transform how you experience a space”, Noah Kaplan, Founder and President of Leon Speakers. “This product has the potential to solve some of the biggest challenges that architects and designers face. Imagine being able to provide a view to anywhere in the world, in any space. It’s mind-blowing really.”
Kaplan and Leon Speakers were part of the design process with the LiquidView team that included architects, interior designers, and the IDEO design team. “We have been working with Leon on projects with Media Decor frames for years, and it was natural for us to partner with them on this project. We are excited to work together to bring our windows to the world,” says LiquidView CEO Braff.