dinsdag 11 juli 2017

Tech triumph at Scottish sports centre.

A new £20million sports and leisure centre, The Portal, in the Idyllic Scottish village of Irvine, offers residents impressive fitness facilities as well as a completely digitised archive of Scottish history.

The Council enlisted systems integrator SSUK, in partnership with LG, to deliver an AV system that would complement the architectural design of the centre. The Portal offers a 25m six lane swimming pool and multi-use gym facilities with commercial LG displays mounted throughout the centre.

The first thing visitors see when they come through the doors to the reception area is the 4×4 Videowall display comprising of 16 47” LG 47WV50MS screens which has been recessed into the wall and sits flush with the surrounding glass tiling and is configured in portrait mode. SSUK chose high brightness displays in a bid to combat the high levels of ambient light in the surrounding area.

The Ground floor Café area and 1st Floor Fitness suite each have an LG 55” 55LW340C screen which shows music videos and live news channels. Each display utilises LG’s signature IPS panel technology, meaning that images are crisp from any viewing angle, with a span of up to 178 degrees.

There is a first floor access walkway which links the Old Townhouse to the new Leisure centre, on either side of the walkway there are two LG 43” 43UF640D screens mounted landscape which will show historical material or artwork via the digital signage system.

Inside the archives area there are screens with multi-point touch capabilities which are used as a digital library for multitudes of historic material. One touch screen is recessed into a custom built table which links up to an LG 55SM5KB display mounted on the wall so that visitors can browse books visually. For small events there are two mobile trolley stands with a 32” LG LW340C screen on each which are used with content being presented via the screens USB Media playback feature.

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