Typhoon Theatre at the Maritime Experiential Museum in Singapore

Sentosa, Singapore

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Visitors to the Maritime Experiential Museum at Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore can get an up-close look at a shipwreck in the Typhoon Theatre where Electrosonic provided audio-visual design, engineering, integration and installation of the audio, video and control equipment to help simulate an amazing historical journey. The company was hired by Sunray Woodcraft Construction and worked under the general guidance of museum designers Ralph Appelbaum Associates. Super 78 created the content for the attraction.

Dark Rides at OCT Parks in China

Shanghai and Shenzhen, China

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Developer OCT called on Electrosonic to provide all the AV solutions for two new dark ride attractions at Happy Valley outside Shanghai and Window of the World in Shenzhen, north of Hong Kong.  Although a thousand miles separate the theme parks, the two attractions were virtually identical in size and scope for Electrosonic, which supplied full projection systems and screens, the main show control system, 4D effects, audio and lighting.

Crossroads of the World - Jakarta Fountain

Jakarta, Indonesia

Visitors to Crossroads of the World, a two-story, 400,000 square-foot mall in Jakarta, Indonesia, eagerly await the spectacular once-an-hour dancing waters attraction in a Rockefeller Center-style plaza designed by Gary Goddard Entertainment (GGE) with engineering, AV and lighting support from Electrosonic Inc.

China State Shipbuilding Pavilion at Expo 2010

Shanghai, China

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Its arc structure resembling the keel of a ship, the China State Shipbuilding Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai China showcases the nation’s time-honored history of shipbuilding and is one of the few pavilions that will remain as a museum after the Expo concludes. Electrosonic provided the extensive audio, video and show-control systems for the pavilion that enable visitors to explore the role of shipping in China’s past, investigate exciting concepts for future floating cities and farms, and simulate navigation. Electrosonic was challenged to deliver multi-image and edge-blended displays onto unusual surfaces; and furnish immersive interactive experiences for visitors.

USA Pavilion

Shanghai, China

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Attracting over seven million visitors during its six months of operation, the USA Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai China delivered its Rise to the Challenge theme in a series of Hollywood-style, multi-dimensional presentations that told the story of the American spirit of perseverance, innovation and community building.

Information and Communications Pavilion

Shanghai, China

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Visitors flocking to the Information & Communications Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai China got a taste of cutting-edge information and communication technologies (ICT) to come when they toured the attraction presented by China Mobile and China Telecom.  BRC Imagination Arts was the creator and producer for the world’s first Multi-Dimensional Interactive Network pavilion.

Reimagining Surfaces Using 3D Architectural Projection Mapping

Orlando, Florida

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During the 2011 International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) tradeshow in Orlando, Florida, Electrosonic hosted an exclusive industry event highlighted by a spectacular 3D architectural projection presentation on the side of the Crowne Plaza Universal Hotel. Architectural projection mapping is a technique that can turn almost any physical surface into an animated video display.

Vindolanda & Roman Army Museum

Northumberland, UK

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The Vindolanda Trust’s two tourist attractions, ‘The Roman Army Museum’ and ‘The Roman Vindolanda Fort and Museum’, deployed audio-visual technology to dramatically demonstrate Roman life on the edge of the empire 2000 years ago. Electrosonic was the AV Systems Integrator for the exhibition displays, under contract of Edinburgh-based exhibition designer Studio MB. Electrosonic continues to support the Trust, providing a service contract, which includes preventative maintenance, repairs and 24/7 technical support across both sites.

AT&T Dolphin Tales at Georgia Aquarium

Atlanta, Georgia

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An inspiring theatrical production starring Atlantic bottlenose dolphins is thrilling and amazing visitors at the newly-expanded Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. AT&T Dolphin Tales presents a sweeping 25-minute musical tribute to the beauty and grace of dolphins. Electrosonic played a major role in the show’s development, designing, supplying and installing all the audio and video equipment the show required. The show was crafted by Florida-based entertainment design and production company WOW!Works.

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.

Electrosonic provided design support to AV designer Bob Haroutunian of PPI and supplied and installed the AV equipment for the 139,000-square foot facility, which is operated in partnership with the non-profit Gettysburg Foundation, replacing the former visitor facilities located at Cemetery Ridge.

Aichi Expo

Seto City, Nagakute Town and Toyota City in Aichi, Japan

Few Americans have understood and captured Nature’s Wisdom with more success than Benjamin Franklin, so BRC Imagination Arts enlisted his help as the “star” of the USA Pavilion. Audiences see “The Franklin Spirit” in which Franklin visits the world of 2005 to celebrate his 300th birthday.

The Ashes and Snow Art Exhibition Journeys the World


Ashes and Snow is an exhibition of photographic artworks by Canadian photographer and filmmaker Gregory Colbert. The exhibition debuted in 2002 in Venice, Italy; it consists of more than 100 large-scale photographic artworks, one 60-minute film and two 9-minute films exploring the natural interaction between man and other animals in their own environments and on their own terms. Colbert’s images attempt to recover a lost time when man and other animals shared a common language.

Newseum - The News is Alive on Pennsylvania Avenue

Washington DC

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A seven-level, high-tech interactive museum, the Newseum traces the history of news reporting from the 16th century to the present. Originally located in Arlington, Virginia, the Newseum is now at the Capitol end of Pennsylvania Avenue. With most of the video displays and audio systems provided by Electrosonic, it boasts 250,000 square feet of exhibit space and includes 14 major galleries and a 4D time-travel experience.