PacMin fabricated a massive ten foot tall crystal display incorporating over a dozen crystals, changing lights, and interactive content. The display was produced for Visual Communications (VCI) for the American College of Rheumatology Annual Conference held in San Francisco, California.
Once VCI had an initial idea finalized, PacMin was brought into the conversation.
The entire process, from fabrication to detailing to programming, was completed in house by PacMin Studio’s team of designers and engineers.
The display served as an informal sequel to the mannequin man display from the previous year’s conference. Similar to the mannequin man, the lit crystals allowed attendees to view gout “in a new light”. Conference attendees were able to interact with tablets incorporated throughout the display and learn more about the disease and its effects on the body.