15" Open Framed Screen With Headphones – Chepstow Museum
With a series of videos to display about Krishna and the garment’s significant in Assam, we were contacted by Chepstow museum for some advice on the best way to do so, within a very strict budget. We therefore utilised two of our 15” Open Frame Video Screens and placed them into a bespoke housing unit – developed specifically for this project. Although graphics could be applied to the housing if required Chepstow chose to avoid this in order to allow the units to be used in future exhibitions, instead opting to simply utilise the ‘holding screen’ feature of the unit to display a list of accessible content.
Videos are selected via the 4 inbuilt push buttons, with audio contained via the Single Cup Headphones. The content is easily updated via an SD card in this case visitors can access stories of Krishna and the history behind the Garden of Assam and its fabric with Richard Blurton the curator of the original exhibit in the British Museum. The unique magnetic hangers utilised alongside our headphones allow tidy storage and minimises the chances of trip hazards occurring.
The result is a simple yet effective wall mounted video unit, with the ability to easily update content for utilisation in future exhibitions.