Ras Sharp NEC Display Geological Museum

The ultra-silent P525UL laser projector from Sharp NEC Display, with only 22dB, and its 20.000 hours of useful life have marked the selection by the VERNADsky State Geological Museum of the RAS, in Moscow, for your exhibitions.

the V.I State Geological Museum. Vernadsky of the Russian Academy of Sciences SGM RAS, is the first of Moscow's natural sciences, as well as the oldest center of cultural education and scientific learning in Russia, dating back to the eighteenth century.

Ras Sharp NEC Display Geological MuseumWith the aim of making your visit more attractive and interesting for a greater number of people, those responsible for the RAS have opted for interactive digital technology, with the deployment of large screens and visual panels, projection systems and other AV solutions.

In addition, with the digitization project of the Vernadsky State Geological Museum of the RAS, the research activities and educational initiatives that are developed in this institution have been improved..

Scientists and staff working at the museum continue to conduct geological research, participate in federal and international programs and organize exhibitions that rely on technology that has been deployed.

specifically, the new multimedia exhibition History of the Earth: a geological perspective, in which the formation and evolution of our planet is shown, is supported by stunning images and videos that are displayed on large projection screens with laser equipment NEC P525UL (now Sharp NEC Display Solutions).

With a power of 5.000 Lumens, one of the characteristics that marked the choice of the NEC P525UL laser projector has been its very low noise level -22dB-, one of the lowest in the market, as well as the 20.000 hours of equipment durability.

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by • 10 sep, 2021
• section: Case studies, projection