Abbott House Museum get an update
Integrated Circles recently updated audio visual equipment and lighting at Dunfermline’s Abbott House museum, giving new life to displays.
Situated in Dunfermline’s historic Maygate, Abbot House, is a distinctive building with pink walls, which is steeped in history having been an Abbot’s home, a laird’s mansion, an iron foundry and an art school. During World War II, it was used to train pilots to fight the Luftwaffe.
Integrated Circles installed a range of Digital SoundStores, VideoStores, lighting control, and smells to bring the displays to life. Custom cold cathode lighting was installed to illuminate the paintings on the ceiling of the long gallery and a newly established lecture room was equipped with video and data projection facilities.
This award-winning attraction also features a Cafe, Gift Shop, private hire facilities and a beautiful south-facing garden.
Simon Beer, Integrated Circles Technical Director said, “Our solid state audio visual equipment is ideal for this type of installation, where the museum is situated in remote location and without specialist AV staff on the ground. Solid-state reliability means the equipment should continue to work for years between service visits”.