TAIT has produced kinetic architecture, kinetic installations, kinetic sculptures and kinetic structures for nearly 20 years. TAIT’s vast capabilities in designing and building rock n roll stages, combined with pioneering entertainment automation for world tours, quickly grabbed the attention of architectural firms and real estate developers. As visionaries, TAIT curated an incubator of creative minds, solution engineers, project managers and in-house general contractors to guide projects during design, fabrication and installation. As production of projects increased, TAIT focused their kinetic design and builds on enhancing public and private spaces, experiential architecture and portable buildings. In the past five years, with a specialized and dedicated team, TAIT has architected and fabricated numerous projects including Shanghai Spheres, Omnia Chandelier in Vegas, Mr. Chow at Caesars Palace, AT&T Stadium Kinetic Video Wall, kinetic kiosks for NFL Super Bowl and Cadillac’s Kinetic Wall at Detroit’s Auto Show.