The use of audio visual technologies has revolutionized the way content is showcased in museums. Exhibits are taken to the next level through the integration of dynamic, engaging AV solutions that bring content to life! LightWerks specializes in integrating technology that stimulates interaction, engages visitors, and expands audiences through audio visual solutions. Tell the story of your exhibit, and allow visitors to explore areas of interest through a mixture of immersive audio and interactive technologies. Education zones can be enriched to support large group presentation and events, while breakout spaces can be created for independent exploration and learning. Our digital signage solutions welcome and engage visitors through stunning video walls and interactive kiosks.  Partnering with specialist exhibition designers, LightWerks has the technical know-how to bring even the most challenging creative concepts to life. As one of the nation’s leading audio visual integrators, our team designs, programs, and installs reliable audio visual systems for museum and heritage sites throughout California and the Pacific Northwest. Through our partnerships with key industry leaders, we are able to deliver dynamic, reliable video conferencing and collaboration capabilities, digital signage, and personal communication equipment securely to a variety of environments. Below you’ll find a description of the most common room-types, what they include, what they cost, and what is needed by LightWerks to professionally install appropriate collaboration technology at your location(s). 

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First impressions really count, so many museums make a special effort to have a welcoming, and often impressive, reception area. These spaces usually include at least one large flat panel and a digital signage player to welcome guests and share company promotional information. Many will also include speakers to provide audio to go along with their video content, and some will also include interactive capabilities to allow visitors to interact with the information shown on the flat panel display(s). As this room is typically in use all day and most displays can be programmed internally to turn on and off at specific times each day, reception areas do not usually require any sort of dedicated control system.


To make an exceptional impression on visitors, museums are choosing to install Video Walls in their public spaces. Using seamless direct-view light-emitting diode (dvLED) technology, these walls provide big, bright, high-resolution images for many applications including:

  • Dynamic Art Installations

  • Digital Donor Walls

  • Screening Advertisements and Other Branded Content

Robust, cloud-based digital signage software allows individual users or specific departments to update the video wall with their unique content at any time.

Whether it is to display a presentation to a large audience, enjoy a performance by the performing arts department, or hold an awards ceremony, theaters and auditoriums serve a variety of important purposes at museums. High quality audio and video systems play a critical role in ensuring that performers and presenters are seen and heard clearly by every audience member. Multi-functional systems featuring multiple screens, (usually a high definition laser projector and flat panels along the side walls) intelligently wired sound systems, and wireless capabilities are favored for a convenient and efficient use. Theaters and auditoriums will often include recording capability for later play-back, as well as custom- programmed control systems for better control of equipment. Additional components include lighting, drapes and shades, and air conditioning. A touch panel is often integrated to adjust lights, shades, audio, and visuals.

theater AV

A conference room is a room provided for singular events such as business meetings and conferences. It can be found in almost any kind of establishment – businesses, schools, hospitals, and government institutions. A medium-sized conference room typically seats 6 to 12 people and is most often used for scheduled meetings. These spaces usually include a flat panel display, audio and video-conferencing capability, a variety of connections for desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and phones, and some type of centralized control capability to turn equipment on and off and switch between sources.