Audio Systems

Exhibitionism - The Rolling Stones

London, UK

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Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones temporary exhibition, started its world tour at the Saatchi Gallery, in London from 5 April – 4 September 2016. The exhibition explores every facet of the band from the sixties until 2016. It includes artwork, clothes, performances, instruments, recordings, unseen films and photos, and rare objects that have been assembled to tell the story as never before. Exhibitionism is originated and produced by iEC (International Entertainment Consulting). The exhibition makes extensive use of audio-visual support both to show archive material and to enhance the displays. Fray Studio produced the video content, and specified the show system. Electrosonic was appointed to engineer and install the complete AV installation under a direct contract with iEC.

Eversheds Boardroom

London, UK

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Overview

International Lawyers, Eversheds, have a new boardroom at their UK Headquarters in the City of London. Interior design was by Action Workspace while Electrosonic provided audio-visual design and integration. The new boardroom was originally a large meeting room with modest AV. It is now an ultra-modern, state-of-the art collaboration zone. With seating for up to 21 people, it caters for both formal presentations and multi-participant events. The new boardroom has provided Eversheds with a contemporary, versatile and highly functional business environment.

Eversheds Auditorium

London, UK

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Overview

International Lawyers, Eversheds, have recently upgraded the auditorium facility at their UK Headquarters in the City of London. Action Workspace provided interior design, with AV systems integration by Electrosonic. The auditorium includes a 4K capable Digital Media routing system with large LCDs.

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.

Polynesian Cultural Center’s Digital 4D Theater

Laie, Hawaii, USA

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The Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) in Laie, Hawaii, enables visitors to explore all of the Polynesian cultures in the South Pacific. Set on 42 acres on the North Shore of Oahu, PCC has welcomed over 37 million guests since opening, becoming Hawaii’s number-one paid attraction. To celebrate its 50th anniversary, PCC upgraded its aging film-based IMAX theater, which was more than 20 years old, with a new digital 4D theater featuring audio-visual support from Electrosonic.

Birthplace of Country Music Museum

Bristol, TN, USA

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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.

Rolling Stones

London, UK

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Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones temporary exhibition, started its world tour at the Saatchi Gallery, in London from 5 April – 4 September 2016. The exhibition explores every facet of the band from the sixties until 2016. It includes artwork, clothes, performances, instruments, recordings, unseen films and photos, and rare objects that have been assembled to tell the story as never before. Exhibitionism is originated and produced by iEC (International Entertainment Consulting). The exhibition makes extensive use of audio-visual support both to show archive material and to enhance the displays. Fray Studio produced the video content, and specified the show system. Electrosonic was appointed to engineer and install the complete AV installation under a direct contract with iEC.

Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

Beverly Hills, California

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The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (known as The Wallis) has opened in Beverly Hills with audio-visual design and installation from Electrosonic for its public spaces and theaters. Designed by SPF:architects, The Wallis houses two performance spaces: the blackbox-style Lovelace Studio Theater, which has been re-imagined in the historic 1933 Italianate Beverly Hills Post Office, and the main stage Bram Goldsmith Theater. An education wing marks the Center’s commitment to bringing theater to young people.

Texas Spirit Theater at the Bullock Texas State History Museum

Austin, Texas

Opened in 2001, the Bullock Texas State History Museum in downtown Austin invites visitors to interpret for themselves the story of Texas history. Electrosonic provided a complete audio-visual systems upgrade and reprogramming of the museum’s 190-seat 4D Texas Spirit Theater. The theater is auditorium style with a standard proscenium stage plus two flanking openings.

Beyond Rubik’s Cube

Jersey City, NJ, USA

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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.