Volkswagen made sure its stand would be noticed at this year’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), with a little help from G-LEC’s Phantom 30 technology. The show, which was held in Detroit in January, showcased exhibits, production, and concept vehicles and attractions. Among the displays was Volkswagen’s stand with 44-meter (144-feet) wide, custom-made Phantom 30 frames set up in an arc on each side of a high-resolution video wall. Designer and technical coordinator Ulrich ...

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