Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum Uses 13 Digital Projection Displays in Audio -visual Masterpiece

ATLANTA, GA (NOV 3, 2009) - Design and Production Incorporated, a full-service production and installation integrator, recently completed an $8.5 million renovation of the Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta, Georgia.

"The combination of declassified documents, President Carter's private diaries, and cutting edge projection makes the description of a day at the White House one of the best examples of immersive education in the world."

- Jay Hakes, Director, Carter Presidential Library and Museum

ATLANTA, GA (NOV 3, 2009) - Design and Production Incorporated, a full -service production and installation integrator, recently completed an $8.5 million renovation of the Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta, Georgia. From a fully interactive touch -table that pairs live projection with user -activated navigation, to a 6 -panel projector -supplied rotunda, the Museum delivers historic materials through cutting -edge technology. Thirteen of Digital Projection International's displays, including six 8,000 -lumen TITAN HD -600 projectors and six dVision 1080p projectors, are delivering active imagery from numerous periods of Jimmy Carter's life. President Carter, former Vice President Walter Mondale and a host of national dignitaries celebrated the re -opening of the Carter Museum on October 1st, 2009.


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