Explore a World of Digital Learning
Museums exist to expand our knowledge, expose us to new experiences, and engage our participation as we explore our shared history and the natural world. Wall-sized displays, interactive touch navigation, and advances in image precision invite closer viewing and deeper involvement.
Larger video displays and interactive flat screens have become fixtures and communication tools in many modern-day museums. From the lobby onward, the descriptive power of video imagery sets the tone for a museum tour and provides an effective way to control the nature of the presentation by impacting the full sensory experiences of visitors.
“These cutting edge displays allow us to share beautiful life-like images that stir emotion. Whether these images tell the story of our mission to potential donors or are in the form of high-energy promotional video in our retail store, these displays help us motivate people to take action in ways that support the mission of the museum.”
–Mark PatelPresident of Marketing and Retail, OMSI
The Space Needle is a landmark of the Pacific Northwest and an icon of Seattle. It was built for the 1962 World’s Fair, which drew over 10 million visitors.
Brian Rhatigan, CTS, DSCE
Director, Business Development
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