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Published on June 9th, 2016 | by Martha Kent


The interactive wall at the Salesforce offices

Taking things to the next level! Salesforce is a US cloud computing company that decided to take things to the next level. They have placed a giant screen at the entrance of the office. The screen uses over 7 million pixels in order to recreates a gorgeous waterfall!

If you want to view this giant interactive wall you should visit the company’s headquarters in San Francisco. The wall is synchronized with a weather application so when it snows in the California mountains, relevant images appear on the screen. Magnificent.

Tags: design, technology

About the Author

I am the senior editor for SciNotions web magazine. In the past, I have also worked in various projects involving science, music, technology and gadgets.


Thot you might like to credit those who created the waterfall! The computer-generated waterfall itself was created by visual effects studio, Fusion CI Studios. The design & installation, by Obscura Digital. And the 4 huge LED screens were installed by Sansi (SNA). Here’s a little light reading for all you fluid fx geeks out there who want to know how it was done:

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