Museum Down Under Uses In-Glass LED To Mark, Promote Sharks Exhibit

November 24, 2022 by Dave Haynes

This is a nice application of in-glass LED, marking and promoting a short-term exhibition about Sharks at the Australian Museum in Sydney.

The instal was put together by Aussie solutions provider Lymlive, and was lit up in September.

Lymlive installed a 9 meter wide by 3 meter tall (roughly 30′ by 10′ for the metric-impaired) using product from the Chinese manufacturer Nexnovo. The job used this stuff – a 10mm pitch display that uses LEDs embedded in tempered, IP65-rated glass.

One of the interesting aspects of this is that it shows how the right content approach can work for displays with a relatively coarse pitch, that are technically meant to be viewed from further away than this set-up. Big, simple moving images and very limited text get around that pretty nicely here.

  1. Tearntay M says:

    Amazing work guys! after seeing this in person over the weekend, I am excited to see this product throughout Australia!

  2. William Gill says:

    This an outstanding example of the use of a big screen for maximum impact.

    I encourage anyone, if you are in Sydney, to go and look at this stunning installation. It leaves the observer in no doubt about what they are seeing and, combined with good software, gets the message across, delivering the necessary impact.

  3. Lydia says:

    Great job and beautiful screen

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