Epson Modernises World War Museum

The Bentley Priory Museum in the UK has been modernised, with help from Epson and integrator Atlas AV. The museum tells the story of the country house, focusing on its role as a command HQ during the Battle of Britain. As part of the restoration, touch screen kiosks were built into the interior and the Filter Room had an Epson EB-6050W projector installed, throwing images on the walls and ceiling. Four EB-G6650WU projectors, four ELPLU01 short-throw lenses and one EB-G6450WU were also installed in the office of First Baron Dowding, commander of RAF Fighter Command.