90 Screen Networked and Synchronized Video Wall

BrightSign designed a 90 screen network at the Scientific Adventures Parc (also known as the Pass), a museum located on a former colliery near Mons (Wallonia, Belgium). Visitors can watch the various themes of the park on the screens when they enter the museum. Pass chose a solution consisting of BrightSign players, BrightSign Network and network interface software specifically designed by Axians, an IT integrator specialist in museum displays.

Thanks to the scalability of its products, BrightSign enables integrators to offer solutions adapted to the constraints of stage designs. This allows them to manage multiple video files in a synchronized system that is simple, efficient and scalable.- Roland Roy, Business manager, Axians museum

Key Facts

Industry: Museum

Location: Pass (Scientific Adventure Park), near Mons, Belgium

Design/Integration Company: Axians (group Vinci Energies)

Project: A network of BrightSign driven HD screens (19, 32 and 42 inches) assembled as video walls and to display a presentation of the museum

Challenges

  • Develop a technical solution of managing video content on 90 screens
  • Develop an overall solution — equipment, software management, maintenance — ensuring that the prerequisites of the set, including a reliable and durable technical device, are designed to operate all year.

Benefits

  • The ability to play full HD content in network mode
  • A user-friendly software interface, which the museum staff can use to easily change the content files when needed.
  • The quality of the experience Axians had with the BrightSign players used in other museums (Chateau des Ducs de Bretagne, Vulcania, etc.).

BrightSign Solution

  • 90 BrightSign HD1010 controllers
  • BrightSign controllers are networked and operated from a custom software interface designed specifically for PASS by Axians
  • 90 video files are Ethernet synchronized and playback in Full HD at 1080i resolution