Turtle Back Zoo, consistently ranked as the best zoo in New Jersey state, has rebuilt the main entrance to the public space, and worked with McCann Systems to give the front of the zoo a modern upgrade and encourage more patron interaction. The two entryway screens are LED towers that are two separate systems- site…
Audiovisual technologies support and emphasize storytelling at the 9/11 Tribute Museum, which has supported the 9/11 community of families, first responders, survivors and residents for more than 10 years.
150 Media Stream is an international platform and public arts program designed to showcase curated media by world-renowned and emerging artists. The design of the installation features individual columns ranging in height, from 6.5 to 20.5 feet tall, as well as width, from 3.25 to 15 inches wide. These custom blades were manufactured exclusively for this installation design and are not found anywhere else on the globe.
Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, is the second largest casino in the United States. Located on the Mashantucket Pequot Native American Reservation, the resort honors the Pequot Tribal Nation heritage with exhibits around the casino grounds. McCann Systems was chosen to design and integrate LED video displays into an artistic architectural Pequot Tribe exhibit.
For the New York / New Jersey Super Bowl XLVIII, Verizon Wireless wowed the tri-state area with an impressive “Power House” tent in New York City’s Bryant Park.
Stepping Stones Museum for Children has recently been expanded. The museum offers enthralling exhibits and experiences for children. There are five main galleries with over 100 children’s activities. McCann Systems was originally chosen as the audiovisual design consultant because of our superior museum portfolio.
The Henry C. Lee Institute for Forensic Science at the University of New Haven incorporates the latest technology into their new facility which provides space for the interactive public learning center and virtual crime scene labs. Upon entering the space you are immersed in the multimedia exhibits, interactive displays and the accompanying AV control systems throughout the Forensics and Crime Scene Learning Center, laboratories and classrooms.
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.