Interactive Technology Display

Interactive Technology Display

Customer: Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Integrator: Pro AV Solutions (Qld)
Location: Brisbane, Australia

Installation of state-of-the-art interactive education and outreach science project. The “Cube” consists of six separate display zones, totaling 145 Mega pixels, with 48 multi-touch screens soaring across two floors. The large screen is 9m high by 14 m wide, and the display zones are split between edge-blended images on top and 48 interactive monitors in the bottom. The images are real-time animations, created by 30 custom-built servers, housed two floors above. Content from the servers is delivered to the servers and to the touch screens by five AMX HDBaseT-enabled DGX Digital Media switchers, and eight km of Cat6a cables.

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  • AMX’s HDBaseT-enabled DGX DXLink Digital Media Switchers
  • AMX Netlinx, AMX RMS (Resource Management Suite)

Why HDBaseT:

  • Simple, yet reliable infrastructure, to support complex multi-touch functionality and edge-blended technology
  • Flexibility for the transport signal, without compromise on performance and/or quality
  • Connectivity through Cat6a cables