The exhibition runs until August 2015 at The O2, and showcases over 300 artefacts.
LA Visual will supply a range of products, including displays and systems, from a relatively new vendor, iBoard Touch. The new division is headed by AV specialist, Leon Dolton.
Signed deal with Aurora Multimedia for the UK.
The Veracruz facility uses a large complement of audio, video and interactive exhibits powered by Alcorn McBride show controllers, lighting controllers and audio and video players specified and installed by TEDD.
Known to Hungarians simply as Müpa, the venue provides a home for classical, contemporary, popular and world music, jazz and opera, as well as contemporary circus, dance, literature and film.
A new twist on the Rubik’s Cube puzzle – which made its debut 40 years ago – has opened at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey.
The SL Interpreter console expands the company’s conference and presentation system with a complete solution for controlling language interpreting channels.
This enhanced DECT-based offering operates in multiple licence-free DECT bands from 1.897-1.933GHz.
Tango TNG-200 is the company’s first fully networked platform based on the AES67 and AVB standards.
Computer experts have produced an installation using music and images to demonstrate the degenerative nature of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
The Falkland Islands Museum is moving to a new site at the dockyard in Stanley. APi Communications was tasked to provide all the audio visual hardware.
ATG Danmon has completed a series of system expansion projects at the Stockholm headquarters of Ericsson Broadcast Services.
2014′s Farnborough International Airshow saw the installation of a QSC Q-Sys networked audio management system to control the PA/VA systems at the biennial event, which took place in Hampshire in late July.
Alcorn McBride’s ProTraXX and VCore controller played key roles in Your Brain, a high profile, permanent exhibition in The Franklin Institute’s Nicholas and Athena Karabots Pavilion.
Vaughan Sound was appointed as the specialist AV subcontractor for the £2.2m (est) fit-out project.
Central Coast Leagues Club (CCLC) was looking for a solution that was easy to manage, had a high recording rate along with longevity of recorded material.
With five zones, each with a unique AV experience and live simulcasting of events from the adjacent O2 Arena, this new entertainment space demanded an innovative acoustic and visual design.
Butlins has stepped it up in the technology stakes, by investing £240,000 in AV equipment and technology across all three of its coastal resorts in the last year.
The aptly named High Roller, the world’s tallest observation wheel, has opened in Las Vegas, and features a full suite of Alcorn McBride gear running behind the scenes.
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (now known as The Wallis) has opened in Beverly Hills with audio-visual design and installation from Electrosonic for its public spaces and theatres.
Event technology specialist, PSAV, provided the complete AV system and used Analog Way’s new Ascender 32 video processor to deliver the presentation at Thunder Studios in Long Beach, CA.