The Hunger Games: The Exhibition


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Following the huge worldwide success of the blockbuster Hunger Games movie franchise, Lionsgate’s The Hunger Games: The Exhibition has opened its global tour at Discovery Times Square, New York City. Electrosonic engineered, supplied and integrated the audio-visual systems for the 12,000 square-foot exhibition whose costumes, props, set recreations and interactive experiences deliver a dynamic fan experience.

Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration

Ellis Island, New York

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The Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration opened new galleries in the former Kitchen and Laundry Building of the immigrant processing and detention station in New York Harbor. Dedicated to the story of immigration, the galleries mark phase two of the Peopling of America Center®. Electrosonic provided audio-visual support for phase one, which opened in 2011 to cover immigrant arrival in the Pre-Ellis era, and returned to complete phase two following a two-year delay caused by Hurricane Sandy in 2012, which flooded and destroyed the electrical, communications, IT, and HVAC systems - including the Electrosonic racks.

Human Health Gallery at the Konya Science Center

Konya, Turkey

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Turkey’s Konya Science Center, the country’s first large interactive institution dedicated to informal learning about science and technology, has added a gallery on human health with audio-visual equipment, installation and programming by Electrosonic. Located in the Municipality of Konya, the museum’s latest gallery joins exhibits on basic science, new technology, earth and biosystems, space, and the history and culture of the region.

National World War I Museum and Memorial

Kansas City, Missouri

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The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri, experienced an audio-visual technology upgrade with support from Electrosonic. Electrosonic designed and installed the facility’s original AV system several years ago, but returned to replace all the museum’s displays and head-end drive equipment with the latest technology.

The Marvel Experience

North America

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“The Marvel Experience” is an immersive touring attraction produced by Hero Ventures that provides Marvel fans with the opportunity to become agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. in training. Visitors use numerous interactives, augmented reality technology and multi-person gaming, to join Spider-Man, Hulk and Iron Man in a fight against Red Skull, M.O.D.O.K. and an army of evil Adaptoids. The attraction is currently touring North America with plans for multiple international locations.


Panama City, Panama

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Situated on the Amador Causeway at the entrance to the Panama Canal, the Biomuseo is one of the most unique museums in the world, offering eight permanent art and science galleries on the origin of the isthmus and its impact on the planet’s biodiversity. Electrosonic designed, fabricated and installed audio-visual systems for the museum in what is Latin America’s only Frank Gehry-designed building.

Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate

Boston, MA

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The Edward M. Kennedy Institute (EMK Institute) for the United States Senate is a non-profit educational institution on the campus of the University of Massachusetts Boston. It is named for Senator Ted Kennedy and dedicated to educating the public, students and teachers about the role and the importance of the U.S. Senate.

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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Winnipeg’s Canadian Museum for Human Rights explores the universal concept of human rights with a special emphasis on Canada. The museum features theaters, interactive touchscreen stations, projections on a digital canvas and hundreds of video clips. Electrosonic was contracted to do the audio-visual design of the museum’s eleven galleries, and subsequently directed the AV installation working with local partner Advance Pro.

Beyond Rubik’s Cube

Jersey City, NJ

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“Beyond Rubik’s Cube,” opened in Jersey City, New Jersey, to celebrate 40 years (in 2014) of the colorful Rubik’s Cube in a traveling exhibition with audio-visual design, integration and installation by Electrosonic. The 7,000 square-foot exhibit, with 24 areas featuring AV support by Electrosonic, is set for a seven-year international road trip after 11 months at Liberty Science Center.

Birthplace of Country Music Museum

Bristol, TN

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The Birthplace of Country Music Museum, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, celebrates the 1927 Bristol Sessions with exhibits featuring audio and video systems provided by Electrosonic. The historic sessions featured nineteen performers raising their voices in song, and marked the commercial debuts of the legendary Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter family. Located in Bristol, Tennessee, the 24,000-square foot museum uses multiple theater experiences, interactives and artifact displays, to tell the story of these historic sessions.