• Saturday , 23 October 2021

Electrosonic enhance London's Museum of the Order of St. John

After a recent £3.7 million redevelopment, the Museum of the Order of St. John has complimented its rich and diverse collections of paintings, furniture, silver, metalwork and armor, ceramics, sculpture, prints, drawings, textiles, jewelry, manuscripts and fine books with Electrosonic’s AV technology. Various 24″ Dicoll screens augment the St. John experience which traces the Order’’s origin in 11th century Jerusalem and its rich history
interwoven with such figures as Henry VIII, Elizabeth I, Suleiman the
Magnificent, William Shakespeare, William Hogarth and Dr. Samuel Johnson.

Electrosonic opted to locate Roku Brightsign HD210 playback units for each
display next to or behind the screens; all devices are on a network to
permit overall control and to promote simple operating routines through a
Cue Gamma controller and its associated touchscreen.

Ben Price, theproject manager commented: “”This was a satisfying project to be
involved with. We had a good team and thorough preparation combined with
Mivan’s attention to detail ensured the end product is a space worthy of the
history and reputation of this organization.””

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