Western Sydney University thought in very big terms when it first envisioned building a new (AUD) $220.5 million campus in the Parramatta City Precinct, the geographic heart of Sydney, Australia. The result is the university’s first ever ‘vertical’ campus where up to 10,000 students can now be kept informed, entertained, and engaged with university content and information via a curved 25’W X 5’H NanoLumens display that can be seen from anywhere within the building’s lobby.
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