ISE 2019 Highlights

It’s no argument that ISE is the largest-attended tradeshow for professional AV and electronic systems in the industry. ISE provides an exceptional platform for all the latest and greatest technologies and solutions for both commercial and residential applications. 

Naturally, the team at Remark Group were incredibly excited about visiting ISE 2019, with an expansion of hall 5, the show was definitely the biggest yet. 

With so much to see and experience, it’s hard to put it all into one article, so we’ve decided to give you our show highlights.

Projection Mapping sculpture photograph from Bart Kresa at ISE 2019
Projection Mapping sculpture photograph from Bart Kresa at ISE 2019

Starting with Bart Kresa’s Sviatovid projection sculpture, five metres tall, this 3D projection sculpture is shaped like a human skull and illuminated using four Panasonic laser projectors, allowing it to change colours and assume new patterns in an instant. It was hard to miss, displayed outside halls 1 and 2 the sculpture was illuminated in 360° and provided a completely unique visual experience for ISE.

Continuing with a unique visual experience, Integrated Systems Events and the RAI Amsterdam came together to produce an exciting projection mapping displayon the new nhow Amsterdam RAI hotel. The magnificent 25-storey hotel has been developed especially for ISE, throughout the week specially created content was projected onto the hotel during the evenings to create an eye-catching light experience.

Projection Mapping display on Amsterdam RAI hotel.
Projection mapping display nhow Amsterdam RAI hotel.

The day before ISE opened its doors, RAI held its ninth edition of the Smart Buildings Conference. The conference covered the latest smart technology and solutions through presentations from the world’s leading smart building experts and thought leaders. This year’s theme was making buildings smart, examining how all stakeholders can collaborate to make buildings smarter and better for everyone involved.

Closing the show was a keynote talk from Tupac Martir, acclaimed multimedia artist and visual designer. In his closing presentation, Martir, explained and demonstrated how the Satore Studio team uses technology to create unforgettable live events, including the closing note talk at ISE. The talk was the first time a major ISE presentation featured live language interpretation. 

ISE returns to Amsterdam RAI 10th – 14th February in 2020 and you can be sure it will be just as innovative and exciting as this year, if not, more so.