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High impact in spite of low ceilings at the Sydøstdanmark Museum

Recent exhibitions at the Museum of Sydøstdanmark presented various physical and visual challenges. The Danish installer AV-Huset worked closely with dnp denmark to come up with two very different solutions that overcame these challenges. In spite of space restrictions, they still delivered the desired image quality – a winning combination that makes this our Installation of the Month.

Recent exhibitions at the Museum of Sydøstdanmark presented various physical and visual challenges. The Danish installer AV-Huset worked closely with dnp denmark to come up with two very different solutions that overcame these challenges. In spite of space restrictions, they still delivered the desired image quality – a winning combination that makes this our Installation of the Month.

Aiming for high impact

When Museum Sydøstdanmark in Denmark was setting up two new exhibitions, they wanted each to make a dramatic opening statement. For the visuals, they quickly chose projection. One of the museum’s exhibition designer/developers, Carl-Henrik Hansen, explains, “We wanted to captivate the audience with size and content, and projection is more pleasing to the eye than LCD”.

Low ceilings present a challenge

Each exhibition presented its own challenges, and Jens Ravn, from Danish installer AV-Huset, worked closely with dnp denmark to develop solutions. ‘Gifts from the past’ recounts the history of the Køge area of Denmark. “The low-ceilinged exhibition space demanded ultra-short throw projection from below,” says Jens. “We recommended a dnp Supernova STS Screen, for its best-in-class performance in these conditions.”

Bringing history to life

‘Gunpowder Brothers’ covers the indecisive Battle of Køge Bay (1710), between the Swedish and Danish fleets. The Danish battleship Dannebroge exploded with only nine survivors. The story is told interactively via iPads and audio clips. However, the museum also wanted to make a strong initial impact, with a display emphasising vivid colour and high contrast. Jens Ravn says, “We recommended a dnp Supernova Blade Screen, whose ISF-certified 08-85 material delivers rich colour with superb contrast.”

Flexible collaboration

“Working with dnp denmark was a good experience,” says Jens Ravn. “They showed just how flexible a world-leading company can be.”

Screens

dnp Supernova STS and dnp Supernova Blade

Customer

Museum Sydøstdanmark, Denmark

Installer

AV-Huset A/S, Denmark

Projectors

3100 lumens PT-CW331RE and 3500 lumens PT-RW330

Application

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