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Not to Be Outdone, Our Lady of Guadalupe joins in the Large Scale Display Scene
(April 10, 2014) The Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe in East San Jose followed suit and joined in implementing a large scale display system for their church.

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The Newest Member for Large Scale Displays - St Luke Catholic Church
(April 1, 2014) St. Luke Church in Foster City saw the advantage of using large scale displays and turned to Visual Mechanical for a solution.

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St. Timothy Church of San Mateo CA is the new member for the digital age of communication
(December 8, 2012) St. Timothy Church of San Mateo, CA now employs two 130" large scale displays to reach their congregation.

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St. Boniface Church of San Francisco Employs a Portable 100" Display
(September 1, 2012) St. Boniface Church of San Francisco went for a portable 100" rear projection screen so that they can move the display to any location they desire.

See the portable screen setup.
Realty Vision joins the race in May with a new 40” Interactive Touch Screen displays with Sunscreen Technology.
(May 15, 2012) Realty Vision enters into the Dynamic Digital Signage race with a new 40" Interactive Touch Screen display with Sunscreen Technology.

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The St. Augustine Church Challenge
(January 19, 2012) Read Viesonic's case study on the St. Augustine Church project - the challenges faced by the Church and how Viewsonic and Visual Mechanical provided a new technological solution.

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The St. Matthew's Church Challenge
(December 1, 2011) Read Viesonic's case study on the St. Matthew's Church project - the challenges faced by the Church and how Viewsonic and Visual Mechanical provided a new technological solution.

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Intero Real Estate uses two large 50” Interactive Screen Displays with SunScreen Technology
(October 10, 2011) Intero Real Estate–Andare office, located in the prime location of Santana Row in San Jose, joins the interactive window displays industry, which were deemed necessary to inform their potential client of their vast inventory of real estate properties around the world and to make their office location a fun place to get local and nationwide information.

These interactive screen uses a revolutionary new rear projection film called Sun Screen. This unique technology has a special louvered optical filter which deflects external light to provide bright, sharp and crystal clear images in daylight conditions. This is the only true projection screen technology that will perform in direct sunlight.

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Gold Medal Martial Arts School acquires 80" Ultravision screen
(July 15, 2011) Olympic Gold medalist Herb Perez of Gold Medal Martial Arts School orders the top of the line 80" HD wide screen format front projection screen, called Ultra-Vision from Visual Mechanical. The color contrast was impressive when displaying high definition video or photos.

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St. Matthew's Church join the race for HD screens
(June 9, 2011) St. Matthew's Catholic Church of San Mateo joins the race for large screen displays to communicate with their parishioners, some 12,000 strong. Two 120” 16:9 Clear HD screens were mounted on the sides of the altar to ensure everyone had a good viewing angle of the church messages, relevant photos during sermon, song lyrics and special religious educational events.

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Moby Dick Bar adds a 60" silver screen
(June 2, 2011) Moby Dick, one of the infamous bars of San Francisco, has recently purchased and installed the top of the line front projection screen (Ultravision) for their bar. Replacing a 42” TV set, a new 60” hanging screen bring stunning color reproduction to the bar.

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St. Augustine Church of So. San Francisco gets new HD displays
(May 19, 2011) Vismech starts deployment of 100" High Definition screens in Catholic churches in South San Francisco. Installation at St. Augustine church was just completed.

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HD screens at the Luxe Residence event
(April 15,2011) Visual Mechanical LLC pumps up the lifestyle event, The Luxe Residence, using several 60" high definition screens.

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Dual projection screen floats at Moby Dick
(March 24, 2011) Floating dual-projection screen replaces 2 back-to-back LCD screens at Moby Dick, San Francisco.

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Clearview Screens at the 83rd Academy Awards
(March 05, 2011) Thirty-six (36) Clearview Transparent (Holographic Style) Rear Projection Screens amaze the audience at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards.

Video Footage © Annual Academy Awards 2011.

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Proctor & Gamble acquires Projection Wall
(February 17, 2011) Visual mechanical installed a 9ft x 7ft Pro Diffusion (natural grey) rear projection screen at Proctor & Gamble, Philippines.

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Smart Glass on Discovery Channel's Mega Engineering Show
(January 31, 2011) The Mile High Skyscraper episode of Discovery Channel’s Mega Engineering Show features the Smart Glass segment, which includes the manufacture of the glass, and the actual installation at the Sear’s Tower in Chicago.

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