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.

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?

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.

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.

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.

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Alloway, Scotland

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The National Trust for Scotland recently completed a major development bringing all the Robert Burns related sites in Alloway, Scotland, together. Principal among these sites is the Burns Cottage, which for many years has represented the nucleus of the museum, and a brand new museum building; together they represent the new Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. Event Communications designed the museum exhibition, and Electrosonic’s Design Consulting team began the project as their audio-visual systems designer. After a tender process, Electrosonic was also appointed as the AV systems integrator, working directly for the National Trust for Scotland.

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.

The National Museum of American Jewish History

Philadelphia, PA

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The National Museum of American Jewish History (NMAJH) reopened its doors in a stunning new 100,000-square-foot building on Independence Mall in Philadelphia. NMAJH is the nation’s only museum dedicated solely to telling the story of Jews in America from their arrival more than 350 years ago to the present day.

National Maritime Museum

London, UK

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The National Maritime Museum opened its new £36.5m Sammy Ofer Wing, housing ‘Voyagers, a permanent gallery dedicated to helping visitors gain a richer understanding of Britain’s maritime heritage at the beginning of July 2011. The gallery was designed by Real Studios, with audio-visual creative direction by the Light Surgeons. Electrosonic was selected by the museum to supply, install, commission and provide warranty of the audio-visual hardware. Special tools used during the project include 3D projection drawings and pixel mapping.