IVC Audio Visual has been awarded a substantial new contract for the design, supply and installation of a dynamic and scalable digital signage system which will send content to multiple large-format displays throughout Brighton Dome, the south coast’s premier multi-arts venue.
Brighton Dome comprises the Concert Hall, Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre, and all three venues are linked to the rest of the Royal Pavilion Estate by a tunnel to the Royal Pavilion in Pavilion Gardens and through shared corridors to Brighton Museum. With major refurbishment planned to the impressive Grade I and II listed Corn Exchange and Studio Theatre spaces, Brighton Dome wanted to integrate audio visual solutions within these spaces to significantly improve the user experience. The updated spaces will host live events, conferences and meetings – with the welcome area and Gallery Bars being open to the public to increase audience engagement.
Working with Tripleplay, IVC has proposed a series of best-in-class signage displays that will be deployed throughout all areas including the Corn Exchange, Studio Theatre, restaurant, bars and welcome area. The signage displays will be driven by Tripleplay’s cloud based signage platform, which hosts a number of powerful tools including the event engine which will allow the entire look and feel of the digital estate to be transformed at the click of a button and IPTV to take live feeds of performances and show them across one or all displays.