MAGIC LANTERN  The Redwood City Improvement Association wanted to create an evening attraction to bring more visitors to the downtown area.  To implement a projection mapping show downtown, the RCIA partnered with the Fox Theatre to house the projectors and media server system, the San Mateo County History Museum to act as the weekly projection screen, former local AV company Tekamaki to design and install the video system, Bart Kresa to design the content, and Fresh AV to design and install the audio system.  

For the last three years, The Magic Lantern show has been a huge success in bringing more foot traffic to the downtown area.  This year, to celebrate Redwood City's 150th Anniversary, the content featured 150 years of Redwood City history.

Fresh AV has since taken over the management, operation and maintenance of the media server and projection aspects of this show.  The Magic Lantern show can be viewed from Courthouse Square in Downtown Redwood City, CA on Tuesday nights between April and November.


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NOT YOUR TYPICAL GALA  The San Francisco Art Institute Gala is known as The Original Disrupter. Their second annual event featured over twelve bars and lounges throughout campus created by the students, while Marbles Found partnered with Fresh AV to create outdoor experiences highlighting alumni and donor art.  Each area had it's own lighting, audio and visual experience, including an alumni DJ, a silent disco and historical photo projections.  Burning Man artist David Best created a temple and two chandeliers to be auctioned off at the event, and Fresh AV was proud to "light up" his creations.

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INSIDE THE INTEL STUDIO  When Ogilvy Public Relations held a press event at Intel Studios in San Francisco, they needed a perfect video and audio record as well as a clean look that wouldn't distract from their panel of speakers.