GRANTAVE PRODUCTIONS

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It is our goal to entertain, encourage and inspire both our clients and viewers.

GRANTAVE PRODUCTIONS & CASTING creates and produces interactive NuiScopic (gesture controlled) experiences for mobile devices, displays, kiosks, retail spaces, business buildings, hotels, sporting venues, exhibits and shopping malls.

 

GE Throttle Up - a gesture controlled holographic experience

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GRANTAVE was the executive producer for the interactive portion in this innovative project.  Gesture control is the technology of the future.  THROTTLE UP was first displayed during Creative Week in NYC.  Watch for future displays. See more.

The First ever gesture controlled holographic full sized display of GE Genex Commercial Jet Engine. 

 

 

 

  

Autism Speaks Exhibit

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GRANTAVE just launched the first gesture controlled interactive advertising product for the opening of Autism week.  In this exhibit a young girl with autism is seen on a full size monitor.  As people approach the monitor and sensor their movements (gestures) trigger a change showing the girl's reaction to them.

The  exhibit was as created in partnership with the Ad Council, Autism Speaks Foundation and BBDO NY to launch Autism Week.  The exhibit will be installed initially at the USS Intrepid Aircraft Carrier Museum and most recently at the San Francisco Giants Autism Speaks Day at AT&T Park.  DSCN3170sm

Production Team: Michael Ching, Executive Producer; Kay Robinson, Producer; Marjo Tremblay, Director, Paul Blain, DP; Michele Dennis, Line Producer; Float Hybrid Entertainment, Engineering.

We are very excited about this new technology which can be developed for displays and any camera facing device (Internet, computers, hand-held devices, laptops, etc.).

 

The display is used across the country to educate about autism.  

On the right is a display on Autism Speaks Day at AT&T Park in San Francisco.

 

 

Communication Arts Magazine Interactive Awards 2012

Recognizes Autism Speaks gesture controlled display. Read more.

 

Infusionsoft Entrepreneur Innovator Award 2013 

Interactive Gesture Control Technology

 

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