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Project - Victoria and Albert Museum, London 2012

London's Victoria and Albert Museum demonstrates how AV technology can be used to enhance exhibits in older buildings.


DVS Remit

DVS built and supplied the Dataton WatchOUT systems enabling projection onto the shape of the alcoves within the splendid domed structure overhead.

System design was by Sysco and integration by Electrosonic, while Dataton�s Watchout software was used to fit the images to the shape of the alcoves.

''The exhibition is designed like a kind of huge wedding cake, with the circular display taking its cue from the splendid domed structure overhead,'' said Robert Simpson of Electrosonic.

''The items from the V&A's permanent collection are on the lower level while dresses that have been loaned to the museum temporarily are on the upper one. These alcoves make an unusual and spectacular projection surface, but because they have a compound curvature, we needed to warp each pair of projected images as well as blend them seamlessly together.''

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DVS Supplied

DVS Dataton WatchOUT Systems

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