Creating the AV systems for the screening room of the largest film studio east of Hollywood, CA, was awarded to McCann Systems due to its extensive experience with customized design/build.
For CNN’s International’s broadcast sets in Atlanta and London, McCann used the technology and equipment formula implemented and proved successful at the CNN Communications Center in New York.
CNN Weather Channel designers had very exacting parameters in mind for the 6’ tall by 8’ wide main AV screen at their new studio set. As the design/integration company for the project, McCann’s specialists knew just where to look for the solution.
Pioneers in commercial-free satellite radio, Sirius called on McCann to design and integrate signage in the company’s two-story lobby at their Rockefeller Center headquarters.
A cramped, odd shaped installation area made the AV design and integration of CNN’s Headline News studio set a real challenge.
Built on the site of the 1969 Woodstock Festival, the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts is home to a 10,000 sq. ft. museum. The museum serves as an educational and informational facility examining the social and cultural legacy of the 60’s as well as the evolution of popular music.
McCann Systems created the audio visual environment for the museums immersive, multimedia exhibits, interactive displays and the accompanying AV control systems.
The nation’s first and only “all” sports museum chose McCann Systems to integrate the AV elements for their unique interactive exhibits. McCann’s designers, engineers and programmers worked on dozens of technology-driven displays, delivering unique experiences to visitors.
The Franklin Institute of Philadelphia, PA wanted to overhaul their rotunda with an immersive show. To fulfill this request McCann Systems designed four custom projection rigs that house the Christie HD8k projectors. These units project content onto four acoustically treated panels surrounding the statue of Ben Franklin.
Taking projectors to new heights
Located in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C. the Written in Bone Exhibit examines the history of the early settlers in the Chesapeake Region. This exhibit provides an analysis of human skeletons giving us tremendous insight on the people and events in America’s history.