Sysco provides Darwin centre with AV solution

AUTHOR: Inavate

UK – System integrator Sysco has provided an extensive, interactive audio-visual solution to the newly opened Darwin Centre, a brand new extension to the Natural History Museum in London.

The first site that greets visitors is the 12-metre-wide Climate Change Wall, an un-missable glass wall of high resolution displays and interactive graphics. Visitors interact with the content via motion sensor technology.
Sysco made extensive use of NEC LCD displays, Panasonic PT-DW100, PT-D4000 and PT-DW5100e and Mitsubishi WD200U projectors interfaced via Gefen signal extenders.
A mixture of Apple Macs, custom built PCs and DVS Blade video servers drive the content that allows visitors to explore the Darwin Centre’s 17 million insect and three million plant specimens.
Audio commentary and subtle sound effects are delivered from multiple HD based sources via a BSS Soundweb network to Cloud CX-A4 and CX-A850 amplifiers.