Windows of the World
Showcasing worldwide splendor around the resort
As an added guest amenity, Peppermill Reno's Windows of the World art is displayed throughout the resort on video screens, framed in hallways, and available on the hotel’s in-room channels.
Showcasing the photography of Peppermill's internal Entertainment Electronics and Media Department, headed by photographer Joe Ness, the resort's television screens show high-definition video of exotic lands, local scenery, nature, wildlife and fashion.
Unlike any other resort in the world, Ness' team travels worldwide to capture "living-art videos" created to enhance the guest experience. Each image that makes up the videos is shot, edited, produced, and managed by Peppermill's in-house media staff. At this time, they have visited all 7 continents and over 30 countries to gather the footage displayed throughout the hotel on over 4,180 video screens.
The in-house crew uses state-of-the-art equipment to ensure that the resolution and clarity of detail in the images are on par with that of the human eye, and canvasses are flat LED screens instead of wooden frames so that guests feel they are actually there.