Show Control

Electrosonic at the Scotch Whisky Experience

Edinburgh, Scotland

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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.

USA Pavilion

Shanghai, China

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Attracting over two million visitors in its first two months of operation, the USA Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai China delivers its Rise to the Challenge theme in a series of Hollywood-style, multi-dimensional presentations that tell the story of the American spirit of perseverance, innovation and community building.

National World War II Museum

New Orleans, Louisiana

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Visitors to the National World War II Museum in New Orleans are moved and excited by its unique new immersive film attraction, “Beyond All Boundaries,” which not only tells the story of the “war that changed the world” but also breaks boundaries of its own in 4D cinema experiences.  Electrosonic was responsible for the design and integration of the Audio Visual and show control system for what Tom Brokaw called “the most significant cinematic piece on World War II.”

Kennedy Space Center "Exploration Space"

KSC, Florida

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Exploration Space, the first attraction at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex to examine the future of space exploration, combines live theater, interactive exhibits and new media components to engage and inform audiences about the next 20 years in space exploration. Electrosonic provided the AV systems for the exhibit designed by BRC Imagination Arts, Inc. in collaboration with Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. The Electrosonic team designed, integrated, programmed and installed the exhibit’s entire AV system, including projection, audio, video and show control.

Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre

Manchester

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Jodrell Bank, home of the famous Lovell radio telescope, opened its new exhibition in April 2011 after upgrading its visitor facilities with the addition of two pavilions: the Planet Pavilion and the Space Pavilion. The pavilions house exhibitions on astronomy and the work of Jodrell Bank. The audio-visual and interactive elements of the exhibits were installed by Electrosonic under subcontract to the Moule Partnership.

National World War II Museum

New Orleans, Louisiana

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Visitors to the National World War II Museum in New Orleans are moved and excited by its unique new immersive film attraction, “Beyond All Boundaries,” which not only tells the story of the “war that changed the world” but also breaks boundaries of its own in 4D cinema experiences.  Electrosonic was responsible for the design and integration of the Audio Visual and show control system for what Tom Brokaw called “the most significant cinematic piece on World War II.”

National Defense University (NDU)

Washington DC

The National Defense University (NDU) located at Ft. McNair in Washington DC is the U.S. military’s top academic institution for military, civilian and diplomatic national security education, research, outreach and strategic studies. The NDU educates military and civilian leaders in a broad range of subjects including national security and military strategy, multinational operations and national and international policy.

Nokia Flagship Stores

Worldwide

Nokia has opened flagship stores in Moscow, Helsinki, New York, Chicago, Hong Kong and Mexico City. These are exciting places in which to socialize and to handle the latest Nokia products. They make stimulating use of sound, lighting, streamed video and interactive techniques. Electrosonic was responsible for the AV integration, and service support for the completed installations.

The Science of Survival Exhibition Crosses the Pond

Worldwide

The Science of Survival is a thought-provoking exhibition that makes imaginative use of interactive techniques. It was considered so important that two identical exhibitions were built in the United Kingdom and United States. While both were designed in London, construction was carried out simultaneously in the UK and USA.

The Ashes and Snow Art Exhibition Journeys the World

Worldwide

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.