Display Haz showcasing their gaming skills.
Tecna Displays’ T3 modular framework system was recently used by specialist event and exhibition company Display Haz located in Budapest, Hungary.
They created a stand for the video game creator Ubisoft for the release of two of their newest video games for the Microsoft Xbox gaming console. Due to the nature of the event a number of unique features were required on the stand. In particular Ubisoft wanted the stand to be fully interactive so that the public could fully experience the new games, therefore Display Haz created 10 interactive gaming stations where the public could take turns playing the games. It also had two glass alcove display cases that contained a variety of action figures of characters from the two games. These were fantastic features to have in the stand as they drew in the visitors and fully engaged them to all the aspects that games had to offer.
The stand consisted of a tri-wall design with a central tower that the walls connected to. The walls were each 3 metres long and 2.3 metres high and built using the T3 Air fusion tubing profiles. The central tower was 1.1 metre wide and 3.3 metres high and also built using the T3 Air fusion tubing profile. The key features on this particular stand such as the 10 attached monitor displays, shelving units to store the Xbox controllers and the encased Xbox consoles were all easily accommodated by the T3 framework system. The monitors were mounted onto the framework using our support brackets which are drilled directly into the framework. The Xbox consoles were housed within the walls of the stand for safety and security reasons, but sat on a shelving unit that was fixed on the framework as well.
The large scale PVC roll up graphics were attached to the framework via our steel and magnetic tape system. This system allows for the graphics to be easily reused or replaced boasting sustainability and cost effectiveness of T3 System display stand.
The entire stand was packed into three compact travel cases including the graphics but excluding the monitors and consoles. The stand was assembled at the venue of the game release by two members of the Display Haz team in under two hours including the setup of gaming consoles and monitors.
This stand was a fantastic result and helped Ubisoft to really advertise the release of their new games. Tecna Display was proud to have been a part of the project and congratulates Display Haz on the excellent work.
For more information on Display Haz and their variety of services please visit www.displayhaz.hu/