Electrosonic at the Scotch Whisky Experience

Edinburgh - Scotland

The Scotch Whisky Experience, sited right next to Edinburgh Castle, opened for business in 1988. During the winter of 2008-2009 the visitor attraction was completely revamped and the “new” experience opened in May 2009. Electrosonic completed the AV installation for the attraction, which included synchronised lighting, sound and video for a dark ride.

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.

The New England Patriots Hall of Fame and Museum

Foxborough, MA

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The Hall at Patriot Place, the New England Patriots Hall of Fame and Museum, is designed to bring the Patriot legacy and great moments in the history of the team to life through dynamic exhibits and spatial experiences. Electrosonic was the principal AV systems integrator for the project.

Muhammad Ali Museum

Louisville, Kentucky

Electrosonic scored a knock out at the new Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky where it teamed with Cortina Productions of McLean, Virginia, which managed production of the exhibits’ AV components, to supply the AV hardware and control systems employed throughout the Center and in numerous exhibitions spanning Ali’s life. In addition to providing and installing the audio-visual equipment, The Muhammad Ali Museum also secured an all inclusive service contract with Electrosonic.

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.

Beeld en Geluid – Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision

Hilversum, The Netherlands

Hilversum is the major center of broadcast media production in Holland. Its Media Park is now home to the Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid. Beeld en Geluid looks after 70% of the Dutch Audio-Visual heritage, comprising 700,000 hours of material. The building contains the archive in an underground vault; above ground, research facilities and public areas are housed in a huge cube decorated with striking images.

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.

Georgia Aquarium

Atlanta, Georgia

In 2006, Electrosonic completed an 18-month project for the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, providing all the AV hardware for the world’s largest aquarium, including a 4D theater. The profile below is descriptive of the Georgia Aquarium as of 2006. For Electrosonic’s most recent work with Georgia Aquarium, please check out AT&T Dolphin Tales.

The Georgia Aquarium features about 100,000 animals representing 500 species from around the globe housed in over 8 million gallons of fresh and salt water. The aquarium’s plaza is highlighted by five stacked bands of Barrisol fabric forming a wave-wall on which a teaser video about the five galleries is projected using double stacked Panasonic PT-D5500UL edge-blending projectors hung 40 feet in the air.

The Curse of DarKastle – The Ride at Busch Gardens

Williamsburg, Virginia

The Curse of DarKastle is a dark thrill ride located in the “Germany” part of Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, VA. In 2005, Electrosonic engineered the audio, video, projection and show control elements of the ride, making extensive use of products from its Media Networks range at the time.

The Curse of DarKastle transports guests through a grand Bavarian castle frozen in time. Following a pre-show that introduces the legend, guests board eight-passenger “Golden Sleighs” for a mesmerizing journey through the castle’s ghostly chambers. The ride vehicles, of which there are 15, are equipped for full multi-axis motion and rotation, and computer-controlled to synchronize with the projected imagery.