The first fully interactive glass wall in New York City is the Interactive Corp., designed by Frank Gehry. The soaring glass tower, designed to look like a tall ship in full sail, is 10 stories high and sits opposite the Chelsea Piers sports complex in lower Manhattan. The walls are made up of 1,349 units, each of which is unique in shape and size. The building has a touch screen that allows visitors to control different parts of the exhibition.
The Tin Building is transforming an old building into a five-thousand-square-foot marketplace, complete with an interactive glass wall. The real estate developer, Howard Hughes Corporation, chose ANC, an experience design and execution firm, to install the 5,000-square-foot building’s 7,000-square-foot Media Glass. A third company, GLAAM America, is partnering with ANC to install the interactive glass wall at the ANC.
An interactive glass wall is an excellent solution for public spaces. The technology behind it is quite innovative. It lets users view content through a transparent panel, and the resulting experience allows users to interact with it. In addition, the glass’s transparency means that people can watch television shows through it and read articles without having to turn their screens off. The glass can also be moved and reshaped with gestures. It will provide an immersive experience to visitors.
ANC has been selected by Howard Hughes Corporation for the project, which involves the transformation of the historic Tin Building into a 53,000-square-foot marketplace. The technology will be controlled using pen and finger inputs. This technology is also being used in consumer products. It allows people to interact with the content through the glass, writing, drawing, and moving the display. It can be a great way to engage with an audience and make a presentation more exciting.
A new version of the interactive glass wall will soon be installed in a building in downtown Manhattan. The 53,000-square-foot Tin Building will be transformed into an interactive market for food, entertainment, and more. The company has chosen to use the fully transparent LED-embedded Media Glass in the renovation. The installation is ANC’s largest deployment of GLAAM Media Glass in the United States. Its new product will help a global brand with their brand.
ANC chose to use GLAAM’s Media Glass, a construction-grade transparent LED-embedded display material, to transform the historic Tin Building into an interactive marketplace. The new retail outlet will be operated by Jean-Georges Vongerichten and will be the first tin building in New York City to include a fully transparent glass wall. The ANC’s installation will be the largest deployment of GLAAM Media Glass in the United States.