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Museum of Brisbane collaborated with Nightlife Music and Maxell to create High Rotation, an unforgettable immersive experience that reveals a snapshot of how popular music in Brisbane exploded from the local scene onto national and international stages.
Find out more about now Maxell large venue laser projectors helped to make High Rotation a reality
Queensland Museum is nestled in the heart of Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct. As the state’s hub of natural history, cultural heritage and science, the museum is dedicated to educating visitors about Queensland’s rich history through a range of exhibitions and interactive experiences.
Find out more about how Hitachi DPS’s advanced projection technology plays a critical role in bringing the interactive content to life by delivering crystal clear image reproduction within the confines of the gallery.
Museum of Brisbane is located in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD. As the city’s dedicated museum, it features a number of galleries and exhibitions that examine the evolution of Queensland’s capital city and its people.
Find out more about how Hitachi DPS helps Museum of Brisbane creating rich and dynamic experiences that enlighten and educate their visitors.
Patterson Lakes was looking to utilise its technology to change the way that its teaches taught and to make the classroom a more fun and engaging environment for its students. Hitachi Australia helped to make this vision a reality by deploying a number of interactive whiteboards and projectors, as well as the Verdict Plus Response System in the classrooms, bringing significant benefits to the learning and teaching process.