Sept. 20, 2012
YCD Multimedia, a global provider of smart digital media solutions, recently announced that the company's C-nario Messenger digital signage platform has been implemented as the software behind multimedia displays at the newly renovated New-York Historical Society Museum.
New-York Historical Society Museum presents the history of New York and the U.S., including paintings, sculptures, documents, furniture and household accessories, and other artifacts.
YCD's C-nario Messenger manages various video walls across the museum, displaying useful information about the museum's offerings and Historical Society activities, such as information about exhibits and artists, prices, wayfinding, etc. The video walls, arranged in various shapes, such as totems and rectangulars, are located at various key points such as the admission counter, near elevators and the theater entrance, and other places. The video walls serve as a useful information tool for visitors, and are fully integrated in the renovated museum's architectural concept.
The content was designed by Unified Field, a provider of interactive media design and development services.
"The unique shapes and implementation of the video walls reflect the innovative redesign of the museum, adding modern high-tech elements to traditional displays," said Sam Losar, president of YCD USA. "The visitor-oriented concept of the newly renovated museum uses digital signage as a key communication tool, making a museum visit the best experience possible, while underscoring the museum's support for innovation."
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