CASE STUDIES - MUSEUM DIGITAL SIGNAGE

Kumu Art Museum, Estonia

CAYIN Digital Signage in Kumu Art Museum, Estonia

Kumu Art Museum is the new main building of the Art Museum of Estonia. It is a multifunctional art museum that includes exhibition halls, an auditorium, and an education center for children and art lovers of all ages.

32 SMP-PRO and 13 CMS Performance servers are installed in Kumu Art Museum. On one side, 12 SMP-PRO are connected to one 40" NEC and eleven 32" Philips TFT displays. Displays are located at the entrances of the building, at the exhibition halls and at the auditorium. They are used to display information to visitors. Information, mainly video, is updated once a week for every new exhibition.

On the other side, 2 CMS Performance servers (offering 8 inputs each for streaming video) and 16 SMP-PRO players are located in a server room.  Servers are used to convert any analog inputs (TV, DVD, VCD, and camcorder) into video streams that transit over data network. SMP-PROs are used to convert video streams from other sources into analog outputs that are connected to one cable TV network. This cable is then connected to the network of TVs within the museum. Both cable TV network and video streams on data network are used for sending live video across the museum, so any performance or speech from any room can be displayed on every screen within the museum.

Finally, 4 SMP-PRO players and one CMS Performance server with 4 inputs are reserved for artists to also allow them to send and receive video signals across the museum.

BRIEF PROFILE

Place: Estonia
Industry: Museum
Solution:

  • SMP-PRO x 32
  • CMS-PERFORMANCE x 13
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