The world renowned Art Gallery of New South Wales is blending timeless relics of Australia’s history with the latest cutting edge digital imaging technology to bring its popular Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander gallery to life.
The Gallery recently installed a 103” Panasonic professional plasma display in the foyer of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Gallery.
Established in 1874, the Art Gallery of NSW presents international and Australian art in one of the most beautiful art museums in the world and is one of the most popular art museums in Australia with over 1.3 million visitors each year.
Art Gallery of NSW chose the 103” plasma because of its spectacular size, image quality, durability and clean design.
The museum is currently displaying HD video of artists working on their creations, giving the art a human face and enhancing the overall atmosphere of the exhibition.
The 103-inch panel boasts a moving picture resolution of 1,080 lines and a stunning contrast ratio of 40,000:1i. For greater protection in high-traffic, public locations, the panel also features tempered glass on the front. Like all Panasonic Plasma displays, it has been manufactured with lead-free glass to minimize environmental impact.
You can read this full 103” plasma case study online.