PROJECTS AND CLIENTS
3D Audio Visual values client relationships and enjoy supporting their ongoing needs. 3D Audio Visual’ client base is represented across many sectors of the industry including; Education, Finance, Healthcare, Commercial, Corporate and Government.
3DAV are on the ground with the full capacity to deliver projects on budget, on time and with a guarantee of excellence.
3DAV bring together the best minds, the most creative designers, the most proven systems and the latest technology.
3DAV have the capacity and capability to deliver the most complex audiovisual integration technologies and solutions.
3DAV care about our clients’ needs and always seek the best options for them.
Entering the Business School Foyer at the University of Western Australia you can’t help notice the 11 Meter Stock Ticker Display showing the current live stock data. I wonder what’s behind that opaque glass you might question, let’s switch it off and take a look!
WOW! 170 displays showing various live stock data, news feeds and simulations. As you scan the room its abundance of information is surreal right there at your fingertips for you and your fellow 45 participants. Let’s Trade!
The facility gives students access to over 400 global markets and more than four million gigabytes of historical market data, from exchanges such as the ASX, NYSE, LSE and the CME, and covering over 35 million financial instruments from stocks, bonds, currencies, commodities and derivatives.
Through the technological innovation and aesthetics of AV in the Trading Room, both 3D Audio Visual Pty Ltd and UWA have recently won the prestigious award for best projects for 2017 within our industry across Integrators, Consultants and End Users.
The winning projects have to be considered world class in any sector (including corporate, government, education, defence, healthcare and network operations) completed in Australia and/or New Zealand in 2017 by AVT Partners.
HBF-New Building ,head office in Perth CBD, AV fitout across 8 floors a of fully integrated AMX AV system including room booking system, 7 months site installation
The project involved supply and installation of Audio Visual and network infrastructure to 26 areas spread across 8 levels consisting of Digital Signage displays, Meeting Rooms, Training Rooms, Breakout Areas, Conference Facilities, Room Booking facilities integrated with outlook and Video Wall. The design incorporated a central AV equipment rack on each level that connected each of the floors AV components supported by a dedicated AV network. The complex AV matrix allowed both connectivity between spaces and floors allowing common sources to connect to multiple end points on Cat6 SFTP cabling. As part of the project 3D Audio Visual were engaged to implement an AV network dedicated to the audio visual components which spanned 8 floors and over 400 network ports.
Regardless if you are walking past or entering the Science Library Foyer the visual impact of the high bright Toshiba video wall is sure to catch your eye. Utilizing the latest display technology from Toshiba the Science Library Video Wall consists of 9 x 55", 800 cd/m² high brightness panels combined to producing a 3.6 by 2.0 meter display wall.
M Block (Collaborative Teaching & Learning Facility)
AV Industry Awards 2014 - 3D Audio Visual awarded best application of AV in a commercial or government installation with a budget exceeding $500,000 for outstanding work performed on the UWA - M Block collaborative teaching and learning facility.
The Collaborative Teaching technique backed with the highest level of AV integration boosted the effects of Collaborative Learning and developed a state of the art facility where students are able to; listen to the lecturer and view their vision, view the work of each student at the desk but also any student at any other desk in any room.
Just walk in, sit down and plug in your device and display it to your working group or share it with 174 fellow students. When your finished simply unplug and walk out, we’ll shut the technology off for you.
Situated on the grounds of The University of Western Australia, the Indian Oceans Marine Research Centre is home to marine research organisations committed to the conservation and the sustainable use of the Indian Ocean marine resources.
From the outset this project presented many challenges with the Audio Visual Design. Due to the varied tenants each space required careful consideration on each of the client’s requirements whilst ensuring it would suit the University strategy. 3D Audio Visual worked closely with the UWA Audio Visual Department researching various products and technologies and one of those technologies was Wireless Presentation. Wireless would offer the flexibility required simplifying client connectivity and potentially reducing the infrastructure required.
Another of the AV challenges for this project was the COFS centrifuges and the requirement to monitor, broadcast and record images from each of the centrifuges and make them available to clients both nationally and internationally. Obtaining live images from a spinning beam in excess of 50 G and sending them live across the world would require some specialised equipment. Following many meetings familiarisation ourselves with COFS operations and requirements 3DAV recommended and demonstrated the Reach Media Centre which could not only record the required content in high definition but catalogue the vision in a dedicated media centre for live streaming, downloading and video on demand. 3DAV were also engaged to fitout the two main centrifuge control rooms as part of this project.