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In this edition, SVC contributing editor Bennett Liles talks with Randy Sherwood, project engineer for Electrosonic, about the installation of video workstations and interactive video displays in the National Museum of the American Indian in lower Manhattan. Randy details the planning and design of the system that stores video and plays it to multiple locations on demand from each station. He also describes the look of the museum presented to visitors and the organizational layout of the exhibits. Useful links:
- Alcorn McBride Binloop solid-state media players
ELO 22-inch touchscreens used in the interactive workstations
Magenta Cat-5 video extenders used to get signals from control room to stations
Dakota overhead directional sound arrays located above the workstations
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