Sean Delph and Delcom Group Partner with Perot Museum

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Perot Museum

Sean Delph serves as director of sales for Delcom Group, an integration technology company based in Lewisville, Texas. Sean Delph, also a manager of central enterprise accounts, has been with Delcom Group since 2002.

In 2012, Delcom Group’s integration services were used in the running wall exhibit in the Perot Museum of Nature and Science’s Sports Hall. The 55-foot interactive wall enables children to race virtual projections of former Dallas Cowboys running back Felix Jones, World Olympic Gymnastics Academy Level 10 gymnast Emily Richardson, a 3D life-sized cheetah, and a 3D life-sized Tyrannosaurus rex. The high-profile installation is the centerpiece of the museum’s 180,000-square-foot, $185 million facility.

First, participants interact with a touchscreen to decide who (or what) they want to race: Jones, Richardson, the cheetah, or the T. rex. Next, they are instructed to head to the starting line and wait for the countdown. After a three-count, the race begins, and children run alongside a life-like video figure to the finish line. The exhibit, a collaboration between Delcom Group, 900lbs of Creative, and BenQ America Corp, has proven to be one of the museum’s most popular.


Delcom Group Invests in Running Wall for Petro Museum

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Delcom Group

Sean Delph serves as a sales director for Delcom Group in Lewisville, Texas, where he holds the responsibility of conducting weekly sales meetings and assisting with design marketing materials. In 2012, Sean Delph’s company engaged in an integration services project for the Perot Museum of Nature and Science’s Running Wall Exhibit.

Located in the museum’s Sports Hall, the Running Wall Exhibit is a 55-foot interactive exhibit that allows children the experience of racing against various 3D opponents, including a WOGA Level 10 gymnast, Dallas Cowboys player Felix Jones, a cheetah, and a life-sized Tyrannosaurus rex. Six short-throw projectors power the exhibit, which uses image blending technology to maintain a seamless video projection as participants run alongside the 3D opponents. The Running Wall became a fast favorite with museum visitors and maintains a reputation as one of the museum’s must-see attractions.

Delcom Group collaborated with projector company BenQ America Corp and the boutique creative agency 900lbs in order to execute the exhibit. Scalable Displays and the Science Museum of Minnesota provided additional financial contributions toward the project.

Delcom Group Offers Digital Signage Services through Visix Partnership

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Digital Signage Services

Sales director and senior account manager for Delcom Group in Lewisville, Texas, Sean Delph’s work for the company accounts for 40 percent of its total revenue and ranked at the top of company sales for 10 consecutive years. Sean Delph and his team offer a wide variety of full-service technology integration solutions, including digital signage through a partnership with Visix.

Delcom Group’s partnership with Visix enables clients to install digital signage across their campus with support from a company with more than three decades of industry experience. Visix maintains a commitment to following all installation projects from start to finish and uses their extensive industry knowledge to guide clients it developing customized turnkey solutions.

Designed for use by technology experts and novices alike, the Visix Digital Signage systems focuses on maintaining a reputation as the most user-friendly option for digital signage in the modern market. Additional service offered through the partnership include the exploration of interactive wayfinding, information about mass alert notifications, and assistance with custom design options and content ideas.

Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center Receives Funds for School Uniforms


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Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center

Leveraging a career in technology and sales since 2002, Sean Delph serves as senior account manager and director of sales of Delcom Group, a technology integration firm based in Lewisville, Texas. Outside of his professional pursuits, Sean Delph volunteers with various organizations, including the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center.

Launched in 1991, the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC) works to bring about justice for children who have experienced abuse. The nonprofit also provides therapy and support programs for victims, seeks prosecution in abuse cases, and leads education programs for the public.
Recently, the organization received funds from the Tedesco Agency, a nonprofit that leads campaigns to raise money for various causes.

The money raised will go towards the purchase of school uniforms for the youngest clients of DCAC. The goal for the fundraiser was $500. Through these efforts, participants will be given a chance to further share the mission and work of DCAC while giving young children who’ve experienced much turmoil in their lives a chance to have quality clothing for school.