Museums

National World War II Museum

New Orleans, LA

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Visitors to the National World War II Museum in New Orleans are moved and excited by its unique new immersive film attraction, “Beyond All Boundaries,” which not only tells the story of the “war that changed the world” but also breaks boundaries of its own in 4D cinema experiences.  Electrosonic was responsible for the design and integration of the Audio Visual and show control system for what Tom Brokaw called “the most significant cinematic piece on World War II.”

Denver Museum of Nature & Science's Expedition Health Exhibit

Denver, CO

Visitors to the Denver Museum of Nature & Science’s Expedition Health exhibition quickly find themselves engaged in highly interactive and highly-personalized activities featuring AV displays, projection, and touchscreens from Electrosonic.

Electrosonic at the Scotch Whisky Experience

Edinburgh - Scotland

The Scotch Whisky Experience, sited right next to Edinburgh Castle, opened for business in 1988. During the winter of 2008-2009 the visitor attraction was completely revamped and the “new” experience opened in May 2009. Electrosonic completed the AV installation for the attraction, which included synchronised lighting, sound and video for a dark ride.

Henry VIII - Dressed to Kill

London, United Kingdom

Most of us tend to think of England’s King Henry VIII as a rotund monarch with a fondness for food and a habit of doing away with his wives. But in “Dressed To Kill,” a remarkable new exhibition at The Tower of London with AV support from Electrosonic, the public is introduced to a virile young Henry who is the action hero of his day.

Gettysburg National Military Park

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

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The new Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center orients visitors to the park, features exhibits that place the Battle of Gettysburg in the larger context of American history, preserves the park’s massive collection of Civil War and Gettysburg artifacts, and showcases the famous, historic Cyclorama painting.

The New England Patriots Hall of Fame and Museum

Foxborough, MA

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The Hall at Patriot Place, the New England Patriots Hall of Fame and Museum, is designed to bring the Patriot legacy and great moments in the history of the team to life through dynamic exhibits and spatial experiences. Electrosonic was the principal AV systems integrator for the project.

Muhammad Ali Museum

Louisville, Kentucky

Electrosonic scored a knock out at the new Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky where it teamed with Cortina Productions of McLean, Virginia, which managed production of the exhibits’ AV components, to supply the AV hardware and control systems employed throughout the Center and in numerous exhibitions spanning Ali’s life. In addition to providing and installing the audio-visual equipment, The Muhammad Ali Museum also secured an all inclusive service contract with Electrosonic.

The Center for Empowered Living and Learning (The CELL)

Denver, Colorado

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Visitors to Denver’s new Center for Empowered Living and Learning (The CELL) are plunged into a multimedia experience designed to explore one of the most important issues of our time: the threat of global terrorism. Through museum-wide audio, video and control systems furnished by Electrosonic, visitors follow The CELL’s dynamic inaugural exhibit, "Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere: Understanding the Threat of Terrorism.”

The Science of Survival Exhibition Crosses the Pond

Worldwide

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The Science of Survival is a thought-provoking exhibition that makes imaginative use of interactive techniques. It was considered so important that two identical exhibitions were built in the United Kingdom and United States. While both were designed in London, construction was carried out simultaneously in the UK and USA. Electrosonic Ltd (UK) designed the AV system and built the AV system for the UK based exhibition, which first appeared at London’s Science Museum; while Electrosonic Inc (USA) built and installed the AV System for the USA based exhibition, with its first appearance at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, NJ.

The National Cold War Exhibition

Shropshire, U.K.

Sited at RAF Cosford in Shropshire (UK), the National Cold War Exhibition is part of the RAF Museum. This outstanding exhibition makes intelligent use of audio-visual techniques to augment and interpret the physical exhibits. Electrosonic was the principal AV systems integrator.