A Russian national museum named “Russia – My History” with more than 1,000 units of multimedia equipment was opened on September 11, 2020 in Pyatigorsk, the capital of the North Caucasus Federal District in Russia. Featuring the latest digital technologies including three Absen LED display installations, provided by LC-Integration, the new museum has become one of the largest and the most high-tech museum complexes in the country.
Various digital technologies were used to best present the history of the nation, including touch tables, LED screens, projectors, touch kiosks, video infographics, animation, three-dimensional modeling and digital reconstructions and more. In total, over 1,000 units of multimedia equipment have been deployed in the museum. Absen’s LED displays were installed inside and out of the complex as an integral part, with one video wall hanging over the entrance of the museum, one in an auditorium and another floor screen in the hall.
Positioned over the entrance of the complex is an Absen XD Plus screen of P6mm, measuring 6.40M×3.84M, mainly used for playing images and videos introducing the museum and welcoming visitors. It can also be used as a presentation tool that helps communication between speakers and audiences when there are gathering events taking place in front of the museum. Absen’s XD Plus series is an optimal choice for outdoor display for its unrivaled advantages of outstanding visual performance even under direct sunlight, as well as its robust reliability.
The museum chooses Absen’s N Plus series of P4mm for a video wall on the stage in its auditorium. Measuring 8.64M×4.90M, the seamless display is a perfect digital backdrop for any events, able to deliver stunning visual performance with the sharp color and brightness uniformity. N Plus series is an upgraded version of Absen’s N series, which was the industry’s first and revolutionary flat panel display. Featuring the exceptional ultra-slim and lightweight design, N Plus series is an ideal display solution for various indoor applications such as retail, corporate and entertainment areas and beyond.
Teamed up with its partner LC-Integration, Absen provided an interactive LED floor solution for the museum as well. Stretching 15.5M wide and 18.5M long, the 2.8mm massive digital floor perfectly creates an immersive entertainment atmosphere. Local residents or visitors, whether adults or children, can all enjoy their touring to the most in the complex.
“We are glad that LC-Integration selected Absen for the latest LED video wall technology in the ‘Russia-My History museum. LC-Integration specializes in design, supply and construction of electrical engineering networks. It is a great experience working with LC-integration team and we have been working with each other in multiple significant projects such as the Krasnoyarsk Ice Arena. We look forward to doing more great projects together”, commented the sales manager of Russian market, Jackie Gao.
As the largest Chinese LED panel exporter, Absen has been working with its global partners worldwide and delivered more than 30,000 successful projects. The company has more than 14 overseas offices including its Absen Russian office in Moscow.
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