Audiovisual attractions at the House of Hungarian Music, by AV system integrator, INTERTON Group
Winner in Construction Product - Electrical & Lighting Systems and products
HU-1146 Budapest, Olof Palme stny. 3.
The exhibition at House of Hungarian Music is a journey in time and space, where we can discover the life of music throughout the centuries.
The unique interactive exhibition at House of Hungarian Music educates and delivers experience in such a way that the installed audio-visual systems remain almost invisible to the visitors.
The AV attractions are partly controlled by a central unit, and partly by stand-alone systems. The centrally controlled installations of the exhibition integrate classical AV devices and communicate with the peripherals via a fully IT compliant UDP network. The advantages of this system are its exceptional DSP capacity, its flexible configurability and its upgradability.
The AV system of the permanent exhibition consists of more than 200 displays and projectors, media servers, BrightSign players, a QSC Q-Sys control system, Nexmosphere sensors, a Usomo immersive audio guide system.
The visual technology solutions were mostly integrated into the decoration, and images and videos are mostly projected on the bare sidewalls.
During the playful interactions, often triggered by a physical object, visitors are involved in a musical journey throughout time.
Bio INTERTON is an audiovisual solution provider, integrating audio, lighting, staging, visual and control
systems. Under the scope of system integration, INTERTON provides complex audiovisual services such
as designing, consultancy, installation, implementation, commissioning, maintenance and after sales.
We believe, our work plays an essential role in user experience, economical operation and the state-of-the-art status of a venue.
Thirty years of experience in audiovisual system integration, using cutting edge, leading audiovisual
brands and applying our patents and intellectual properties.