Museums & Exhibitions


AV Stumpfl Resurrects Norway Olympic Highlights

by Isaac Oburu

The Norwegian Olympic Museum in Lillehammer, Norway was opened by H.M Queen of Norway at a prestigious ceremony in February 2016. The Museum is a showcase for adventurous video installations, curated exhibits of cultural …

Tags:Museums & Exhibitions| Norway

Ginsbury showcasing new 12.1-inch Ground Vehicle Display at Eurosatory 2016

by Isaac Oburu

Specialist display supplier Ginsbury and IEE Inc, a manufacturer of enhanced displays for military applications, will be exhibiting at the Eurosatory defence and security exhibition in Paris, France on June 13th-17th. In addition to …

Tags:Automotive| Military & Defence| Museums & Exhibitions

Imagine Communications to Spotlight Next-Gen Innovations at INTX 2016

by Isaac Oburu

Imagine Communications, empowering the media and entertainment industry through transformative innovation, will be exhibiting solutions from across its market-leading multiscreen distribution and ad management portfolios at INTX 2016, an annual exhibition of the latest …

Tags:Museums & Exhibitions| OTT Video| USA

Mitsubishi Electric Showcases Advanced Displays at ISNR 2016

by Isaac Oburu

Mitsubishi Electric and Winstead join forces to exhibit the latest control room display technology at the International Exhibition for National Security and Resilience (ISNR) at Abu Dhabi’s National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), from the 15th …

Tags:Events| MEA (Middle East & Africa)| Mitsubishi| Museums & Exhibitions

AV Stumpfl Revives the Bronze Age

by Tom Allen

AV Stumpfl’s control, multimedia and screen products have been used in the new Bronze Age Cinema, 400m below the ground at Austria’s Saltzwelten salt mine experience. Located in a 1,000m³ cavern, the Cinema uses …

Tags:Austria| Back Panel| Large Display Monitor| Museums & Exhibitions| Projection| Vol 22 - Issue 34

Arch Develops LED Map for Train Museum

by Bob Raikes

Arch of Belgium has developed a custom 70m² discrete custom LED display for the new Brussels Train Museum (Schaerbeek) which is due to open in September. The display is 6cm thick and shows a …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| LED| Museums & Exhibitions| Vol 22 - Issue 30

Insight Series: What Educators See

by Len Scrogan

Insights in Education This is another installment in my new series that shines some light on the thinking, preferences and tendencies of your education market customers. I know them well. I was one of …

Tags:Education| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Museums & Exhibitions| Vol 22 - Issue 19

Google Glass Enters San Francisco Fine Arts Museum

by Bob Raikes

While Google Glass is still in extended beta release for consumers, the corporate world seems to take much more positively to augmented reality. The latest announcement shows Google Glass being used in the Fine …

Tags:Back Panel| Google Glass| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Museums & Exhibitions| Vol 21 - Issue 50

Christie Brings Mongolian Hero to Life

by Raverstead

Christie and Chinese partner Wincom Technologies have assisted with the installation of a 360 deg visual display in the Jangar Culture & Arts Palace. Using eight of Christie’s DS+6K-M 3DLP projectors and the Christie …

Tags:Back Panel| Blend & Warp| China| Christie| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Museums & Exhibitions| Vol 21 - Issue 44

Estimote Turns Objects Into ‘Nearables’

by Raverstead

Estimote is a beacon company that has taken the technology to a new form factor: stickers. These ‘tiny super beacons’ were announced in August but have just begun to be shipped. The Estimote Stickers …

Tags:Beacons| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Museums & Exhibitions| Retail| Vol 21 - Issue 44

Pixels Helps Bring About the Digital Revolution

by Super User

Pixels, a European distributor of digital media players and AV systems, supplied 50 BrightSign media players for the Digital Revolution exhibition at London’s Barbican Centre. Digital Revolution is described as an immersive exhibition of …

Tags:Back Panel| Large Display Monitor| Media Players| Museums & Exhibitions| Vol 21 - Issue 35| Volume 21