Digital Signage

Kuwait's 360 Mall

Kuwait City, Kuwait

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The 360 Mall’s Family Entertainment Center complex located in Kuwait features an all-around immersive mall experience that offers top-of-the-line rides, the latest video games and skill tests for the entire family. Electrosonic designed, supplied, installed and programmed extensive LED lighting, digital signage, video projection, special effects, audio and show control for what has become a go-to destination in the desert emirate.

NASCAR Hall of Fame

Charlotte, North Carolina

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Fans racing to be among the first visitors to the new NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, North Carolina will discover some of the most cutting-edge AV technology supporting the interactive motor sports attraction.  Working with an aggressive schedule, Electrosonic provided AV systems for the Belk High Octane Theater and more than 100 exhibits as well as interior and exterior giant video displays and supporting sound systems.

Guinness World Records Museum

Hollywood, California

Hollywood Boulevard has always been a magnet for tourists who converge on the avenue to view its iconic sights, and now they have a new attraction to engage their attention.  The Guinness World Records Museum’s interactive Planar video wall, provided and installed by Electrosonic, uses gesture-based technology to capture the movements of passers-by and animate unique custom characters in 3D space.

Cisco System’s New Dubai Headquarters

Dubai, UAE

When Cisco Systems, the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet, moved into its new office in Dubai’s Knowledge Village free zone, Electrosonic was tasked with equipping and fitting out the company’s extensive corporate A/V installation. The interior fit-out included 12 meeting rooms, five training rooms and two meeting/briefing rooms plus digital signage in the lobby. To meet Cisco’s need for an array of flexible A/V solutions throughout the building, Electrosonic furnished a wide range of equipment, including audio/video conferencing designed to facilitate communication with other Cisco offices worldwide and an array of display technology for equipment presentations and meetings with clients.

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Sightseers at The Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh, Scotland (RBGE) are welcomed to the new John Hope Gateway visitor center where AV systems integrated by Electrosonic help them get oriented and explore the facility.  Designed by Edward Cullinan architects, the center is a prime example of green construction and sustainability.

Club Nokia Lobby

Los Angeles, California

Guests arriving at Club Nokia, Los Angeles’s newest intimate live performance space, find that its stylish lobby has become a destination in its own right with interactive video, photos and text to engage and entertain them.  Electrosonic engineered, supplied and installed the majority of the AV equipment for the Club Nokia lobby where an innovative interactive experience is mounted in handsome horizontal burnished copper wall panels.

Duty-Free Airport Shopping

Nationwide - USA

Duty-free shopping has never been easier than at the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport where an Electrosonic digital signage system highlights the luxury goods for sale at the Duty Free Americas, Inc. (DFA) stores.

Nokia Flagship Stores


Nokia has opened flagship stores in Moscow, Helsinki, New York, Chicago, Hong Kong and Mexico City. These are exciting places in which to socialize and to handle the latest Nokia products. They make stimulating use of sound, lighting, streamed video and interactive techniques. Electrosonic was responsible for the AV integration, and service support for the completed installations.

HBO Retail Store

New York, NY

HBO has opened its first retail store at its headquarters on the Avenue of the Americas (6th Avenue) in New York City. Electrosonic engineered the display system.

500 foot long sign at Chicago Airport

Chicago, Illinois

Chicago's O'Hare Airport, in conjunction with its largest tenant, United Airlines, boasted what was probably the longest rear projection sign in the world. It was made up of 138 fifty inch 16:9 ratio DLP™ displays, and ran the full length of the check-in area.