Within three weeks, AVCOM planned and installed a huge and dramatic presentation screen in the museum’s new Media Center.
The managers at the Friends of Zion Museum in Jerusalem had a dilemma. They were about to open their new Media Center and needed a high-tech video wall that would turn it into a hub for broadcasting essential information to battle BDS and anti-Semitism. They approached us at AVCOM.
We were asked to build and calibrate a 38 square meter LED screen, keep to a tight budget and complete all tasks within three weeks. To achieve this, our teams applied their combined engineering and purchasing expertise.
We determined that image quality was paramount, so we specified a 1.9 pixel pitch. This delivered high pixel density and excellent viewing even at close distances. To create a 3-D viewing experience, we also arranged the screen in three sections that could be moved to the front, kept in line or sent to the back. High-definition audio units were carefully placed around the presentation hall to provide unified sound.
The video wall was installed to the highest viewing standards, supplied at a very attractive cost-benefit balance and constructed on time.
Hagai Sasson, the museum’s General Manager, was impressed. He said: “AVCOM has given our Media Center a special vibrancy. Using this dramatic presentation tool, we can now tell our story in the most viewer-friendly and appealing way.”
Technical details: USlim 1.9 screen from UniLumin; three MCTRL 4K controllers from Novastar.
Friends of Zion Museum
This museum, located in Jerusalem, was founded in 2015 by American Christian evangelists. Its purpose is to tell the story of non-Jewish aid to the Jewish people, their support of Zionism and assistance in establishing the State of Israel.
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