Case study: National Museum of Scotland

Project type – Supply & Installation

Client – National Museum of Scotland

Specialist design – ZMMA

M&E Consultant – EDP Consultant Engineers

Contracted to – Beck

Architect – Smith Scott Mullan Associates

Value – £100K

Specification: Audio-Visual & Interactive Kiosks

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Exploring East Asia & Ancient Egypt Rediscovered exhibits at the NMS have recently been completed.

Thoughtfully placed throughout the display cabinets and artefacts are touch screen kiosks providing an enjoyable interactive audio-visual experience. These include DVS Razor PCs and Iiyama touch screens. There are also large format NEC information touchscreens located in the exhibits delivering further knowledge to visitors on a bigger scale.

Further to the interactive systems there are four large floating projector screens with NEC PA653UL LCD, filter free laser projectors & BrightSign HD220s providing the flawless content.

As usual an Extron control system oversees all the operation on the system