On Friday March 3oth, the first ever TEDx Wall Street took place at the New York Stock Exchange. Pioneering thought leaders, including Jim Cramer, spoke to an audience of 300 as well as a global audience via webcast revolving around the topic of “Redefining Success” within the Wall Street community and beyond. For those not familiar with TEDx, it is a program created by TED (Technology, Entertainment, and Design) in which local and self-organized events bring people together, usually honing in on one subject, and are shared throughout the TED network.
We collaborated with Levy Lighting in order to create a dynamic stage set design. Flanking the main presentation screen on both sides were two 8′ wide by 12′ high towers of Wave Form that were projection mapped with video content relating to Wall Street and other issues touched upon throughout the conference. LEDs were also used to internally illuminate Pinkometry products such as Pillars, Trigons, Monoliths, and Quadrigons adding extra intrigue to the stage. Take a look at some photos below and you can click here for some videos from the conference!