Interactive

The Siemens Crystal

London, UK

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The Crystal is a sustainable cities initiative by Siemens, the global electronics and electrical engineering powerhouse. Located at London’s Royal Victoria Dock, the 21,500-square foot interactive exhibition serves as home to Siemens’ Center of Competence – Cities, a team of multi-disciplinary urban experts, and guides visitors through the urban infrastructure of the future by examining the possibilities for sustainable mobility, building technologies, power and water supplies, and healthcare. Designed and produced by Event Communications, the exhibition features extensive audio-visual systems engineered and installed by Electrosonic.

Mohonk Preserve Visitor Center

Gardiner, NY

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To mark its 50th anniversary, Mohonk Preserve renovated its green design award-winning Visitor Center with several new exhibits provided by Electrosonic, which enable visitors to maximize their time in New York’s largest nonprofit nature preserve dedicated to caring for and exploring the natural world.

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ Nature Research Center

Raleigh, North Carolina

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The Nature Research Center (NRC) wing of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is the largest of its kind in the southeast United States. The center is designed to make science a tangible and fun experience that helps visitors understand its practical applications in their everyday lives. With its wide array of unique interactive exhibits featuring audio-visual systems by Electrosonic, the 80,000-square-foot facility offers state-of-the-art labs, research opportunities and live presentations.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s Visitor Center

Brooklyn, New York

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The Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s (BBG) new Visitor Center is located in an energy-efficient structure where visitors can access an array of interactive exhibits to learn about current blooms and plantings, view the garden map and browse the event schedule. Electrosonic provided the audio-visual systems, which included large LCD displays, interactive monitors and flexible AV components that can be easily maintained by BBG staff as the exhibit content is updated.

Fort Nelson at the Royal Armouries

Fareham, UK

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Electrosonic installed the audio-visual and interactive systems to support both the site and individual exhibits at Fort Nelson, home to the Royal Armouries’ national collection of artillery and historic cannon since 1995. The museum design was by Haley Sharpe and exhibit fabrication by Antomic Woodworking.

The Horniman Museum

London, UK

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The Horniman Museum’s “The Body Adorned: Dressing London” exhibition explores the aesthetic choices made in dress and style in London today. Innovative audio-visual methods provided by Electrosonic are central to the exhibit and offer insight into the human body as a canvas, and how it has become part of London life. The temporary exhibition was timed to coincide with the London 2012 Olympics and examines the question: how do you dress the body and why?

Ajax Experience

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Fans of the Dutch football team Ajax are getting a kick out of the new Ajax Experience visitors’ centre in Amsterdam. The new interactive visitors’ centre based in the city centre gives visitors an opportunity to experience what it’s like to be an Ajax player.

Dinosaur Hall at the Natural History Museum

Los Angeles, CA

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Visitors to the 14,000 square-foot Dinosaur Hall in the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County experience the wonder of the prehistoric creatures through innovative exhibits enhanced by audio-visual technology. Electrosonic was responsible for the design, engineering, fabrication, installation and programming of the Hall’s audio, video and interactive displays.

Parlamentarium

Brussels, Belgium

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The Parlamentarium in Brussels is the first visitors’ centre fully accessible in 23 languages, and uses a variety of interactive multimedia exhibits to take visitors on a unique journey into the heart of the European Parliament and the European Union (EU). Electrosonic provided the main exhibition audio-visual systems for Stuttgart-based designer ATELIER BRÜCKNER, who ingeniously fitted the exhibition into a space originally designed to be an underground car park.

Hitler Letter Exhibit at the Museum of Tolerance

Los Angeles, CA

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The Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles acquired an early letter written by Adolf Hitler calling for the elimination of the Jewish people. Written in September 1919, the only document personally signed by Hitler calls for “an anti-Semitism based on reason…[whose]…final aim, however must be the uncompromising removal of the Jews altogether.” Electrosonic created an interactive exhibit to present this letter, which is considered one of most important archival documents in the history of the Second World War.