Electrosonic World 18 will give readers a great insight into some of Electrosonic’s most talked about projects from the last two years including The Birthplace of Country Music Museum, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre and Stonehenge. This will be the first UK distribution of Electrosonic World.
On attending the Electronic stand, visitors will be greeted by images and videos of recent projects, shown on an LED backlit 2x2m 464un2 46” video wall. The display equipment provided by NEC, offers virtually seamless images for a dramatic and immersive experience. Featured within the presentation will be a video highlighting the audio-visual design and system integration carried out by Electrosonic at the Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre in Scotland.
A Delta Nucleus Media Server from 7thSense will be used to facilitate the video presentation across the NEC video wall. Configurable as a Quad or Hex head server, the Delta Nucleus is capable of 6x HD outputs with a full range of software options. Additional features include, configurable storage, input capture options, full domes mode, projection mapping Mesh Mode and Artnet.
The Entertainment team will be on hand throughout the duration of the show to offer one-to-one advice and discuss new projects. Services include design consulting, systems integration, project management, service and maintenance and a projector lamp replacement program.
The Entertainment team will be situated in booth H1 at the Museums + Heritage show held at Olympia West, London, 29 – 30 April 2015.