Stereobot

Design Flexibility with Stereobot

“Every event designer looks forward to that client with an unlimited budget. When a client comes to me with an unlimited budget and says ‘make it happen,’ this is the type of technology I like to bring to them and say ‘see we made it happen.’ The structures that Stereobot are capable of, which can be reconfigured throughout an event, opens us up to a world of endless design possibilities.” – David Merrell.

Downtown design and building technology company Stereobot is on a mission. Utilizing a patented approach that blends design, art, and architecture, Stereobot empowers partners to re-imagine and spatialize experiences. The technology gives event designers an edge, by transforming ideas into tangible and memorable experiences for clients.

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Photo by Eiko Tsuchiya.

Stereobot radically set out to engineer visually stunning experiences that speak to rich activations. These range from music festivals to museum and gala launches, to re-defining public spaces for cities, brands and advertising agencies that want to make a bold statement.

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Photo by Betty Kassis.

Stereobot’s groundbreaking space-frame technology is designed to accommodate the creation of world-class structural frames. It rapidly expands the possibilities of brand expression by creating stand-alone applications integrating the latest in design, engineering and visual expression.

Perhaps the most unique feature of Stereobot structure  is its ability to seamlessly integrate with music. Using the latest in audio-reactive technology, Stereobot’s 3-dimensional structures blend sound, visual and light for a powerful and immersive experience. Most recently, Stereo.bot has built activations for Coachella, The Peterson Museum, The America’s Cup and the City of Santa Monica. 

With its endless design possibilities, Stereobot provides a new foundation for one of a kind event productions.

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Photo by Joshua White.

Stereobot

Photo by Betty Kassis.

Find design inspiration with Stereobot’s “Lightweaver Pavilion” installed at Coachella 2014.

“Gateway,” Coachella 2012.

Featured image courtesy of Stereobot by Eiko Tsuchiya.

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