Peerless AV Case Study: First Americans Museum of Oklahoma Installs Unique Suspended Curved dvLED Video Wall

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Peerless AV Case Study: First Americans Museum of Oklahoma Installs Unique Suspended Curved dvLED Video Wall

Wednesday, June 08, 2022
DS09
Education Session
CTS: 0
CTS-D: 0
CTS-I: 0
W311-W313
Digital Signage
The First Americans Museum (FAM) of Oklahoma takes visitors through the collective stories of 39 Tribal Nations in Oklahoma today, presenting an immersive and powerful storytelling experience, with a completely unique, giant, suspended, and curved direct view LED (dvLED) video wall that wraps around its center. IT design consultancy Waystone LLC was tasked with bringing the concept to reality and Waystone hired Oklahoma City’s leading AV specialist, Ford AV, to manage the AV portion of the project. The unique shape of the video wall made it essential for Ford AV to select a reliable mount manufacturer, with years of expertise in custom dvLED video wall solutions. Ford AV asked Peerless-AV for assistance. This challenging and meticulous installation consists of 192 Absen Acclaim Series panels, in a 25 x 12 configuration, supported by a Peerless-AV custom mounting system. The result is an immaculately finished video wall that meets the visual expectations of the museum and visitors.
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Hut Hutto, Regional Sales Manager - South - Peerless-AV

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