macomLAB is a media technology innovation lab designed for experimenting, experiencing and evolving state-of-the-art presentation, communication, interaction and collaboration systems. Their 160 m² space is used for simulating and testing fully adaptable workspaces, meeting areas and modern collaboration environments. They were seeking a way to reduce the complexity of operating collaboration rooms and projection rooms that are running multiple tools at once that include proprietary appliances such as Hoylu, Oblong or Deon, and running on Windows machines, along with a workstation with multiple monitors and multiple applications. The goal was to simplify the “content flow” ranging from BYOD to analog sources such as overhead cameras, and provide users with a simple and easy user experience.
In a super complex and constantly changing environment like the macomLAB, an interoperable solution was a must. Today, VuWall’s VuScape is fully integrated with Crestron AV-over-IP, Crestron Media Control, Samsung LED wall, Nureva projectors, Hoylu multi-pen input, Barco, Wolfvision wireless presentation, and more. MacomLAB employees and their visitors experience the power of VuScape through its intuitive UI for every presentation, simulations, interactive collaboration session, video conferencing, and even web browsing.
“With VuWall, we are able to provide our employees easy access to the tools they need, whenever they need them, with a single easy-to-use interface, so they can focus on their work and not worry about the technology. There is no other video wall management solution out there that can offer this much flexibility and efficiency.”
macomLAB is a division of macomGROUP, Europe’s leading expert for AV design and technology consulting for digital transformation. Their team of over 70 engineers and consultants supports leading medium-sized and DAX companies in the development and implementation of digital strategies. Since 1995 macomGROUP has been designing AV solutions for new working, learning, brand and customer environments. They also develop and test concepts for the workplace of the future. Headquartered in Stuttgart and with branches in Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Munich and London they service customers worldwide.