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New Westport enterprise provides modern method to dwelling leisure

WESTPORT – Mark Motyl is full of confidence.

Longtime Westport resident firmly believes that when people discover the benefits, convenience, and technical magic of his vanished media wall units, they will definitely want one of their own.

Motyl founded Vivid-Tek earlier this year on the idea of ​​offering large screen access with screen sizes of 100, 110 and 120 inches that can be easily hidden in a specially built cupboard or sideboard.

“I am confident this will be successful,” said Motyl, who had an early career as a bond seller in New York City before starting home design and construction.

What looks like a relatively simple idea was lovingly worked out by Motyl, who uses a Bridgeport-based carpenter, Christopoulos Designs, to hand-construct his creations with individual accents according to customer requirements.

Vivid-Tek’s media walls can be used for TV, movies and music, games, online meetings, and various communication purposes such as remote courses. The display is equipped with an ultra short throw projector for 4K, which is displayed on a screen to suppress ambient light.

“This light is softer … it’s still so sharp (but) that’s better for your eyes,” Motyl said.

The Dolby Atmos surround sound system also offers state-of-the-art audio with two small portable wireless speakers and a main console, all of which are powered by a single plug. It is connected to the phone or laptop and controlled with a single remote control.

The remote also shrinks the three foot high screen back into the closet. Thus, the family room or living room no longer has a TV that takes up space in every respect.

“I have a feeling we’re really into something,” said Motyl. “This is one of those things that will definitely make home life so much better.”

Motyl’s interest in design concepts began a few years ago when he began building one of several luxury homes in Westport. Hoping to create something other than what he sees as the sometimes staggering approach to construction, he hit upon the idea that the traditional home theater could become a more community-oriented space, with the immensity of the screen itself being an optional component.

“Televisions are big, ugly pieces of glass that hang on your wall when you could have a piece of art or a nice view,” he said. “It can appear when you want it and it can disappear when you want it.”

Motyl notes that the flexibility of a retractable screen allows the room to keep a more circular layout rather than having everything built around the TV.

“I can’t think of anything more unsocial … than sitting in a formal row of seats to watch a movie,” he said.

Customers also seem receptive to the idea.

“The first time you experience Vivid-Tek, it feels similar to your first iPhone or testing a Tesla,” said Chris Mashia of Westport, who bought a 110-inch display unit in a sideboard for his home. “That is something different and something very special.”

However, he said it is something people should experience for themselves when they visit the showroom at 1252 Post Road East which is open for a demonstration by appointment.

“The console unit can be stowed discreetly in any room in your home, unlike a dedicated home theater,” said Diana Mashia.

“For us, we’re going to put the streaming unit in our living room, an adult room where we didn’t want a TV,” she said. “When we’re not using it, the console is a stunning piece of furniture. It’s changing the way you experience movies and more from the comfort of your home.

The Mashias use their screen for various reasons.

“We mostly use our Vivid-Tek for family movie nights, dance parties where Spotify is streamed through the Atmos sound system, and zoom classes for children,” said Chris Mashia. “This is really a new category of products that we believe has the potential to replace traditional home theaters.”

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