Museum Interactive Experiences
Historic Archive, Athens 2004 selected Panel TV to develop an interactive environment in the museum.
The scope of the project
The visitors should enjoy a modern visual experience of quality digital material in a well-organized interactive environment. Videos and architectural drawings should be easily browse enabled on large displays without the need of further assistance.
Since digitized copies would be available and accessible on premises, that would ease the visitor’s access to hundreds of items available.
Panel TV approach
On large interactive display surfaces, the visitor canchoose to watch videos from the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games-Athens 2014, highlights, and other relevant thematic videos. In addition, he could locate and browse among architectural drawings and designs while getting detail information with zoom-in functions.
Panel TV improved both the visual and sound quality of the available video library while technically adapting them for a pleasant experience.
Professional equipment comprising of digital library servers, interactive displays and video switching & routing systems was proposed.
Programming and content was also developed by the experienced professionals of Panel TV who managed to execute the project at highest standards and deliver within strict time limitations.
The actual size of the building, the ambient light and the aesthetics of the exhibiting areas were considered to form the specification of the interactive display surfaces.
In order to accommodate assisted presentation needs, a video management system was installed so that the presenter could route content from all the working areas of the building.
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