Digital displays and safe setup
at Burnage Media Arts College
In 2010, Burnage Media Arts College asked us to design, install and support a complete AV solution that would let staff communicate with students and the wider community. Initially, they needed a projection system for their main hall, but soon asked us back to help them install a four-screen video wall in their reception area.
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Why did they come to us?
After we successfully provided Macs and a projection system for Burnage Media Arts College, they asked our AV team to tackle a more ambitious AV project: a four-screen video wall.
What did they need?
Burnage Media Arts College needed a projection system that could be used for presenting digital media to large groups of students in their hall, and a video wall that could be used to capture the attention of students as they arrived at school.
How did we help?
Our consultants recommended a projector and screen for the school’s main hall, then developed a four-screen video wall with a custom mount to act as a focal point in its reception area.
What were the benefits?
The main hall projection system allows the school to carry out engaging activities like whole-school voting and group ‘masterclasses’ using content directly from their laptops. The video wall in the reception area allows them to showcase students’ achievements and build a greater sense of community.
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What is Burnage Media Arts College?
Burnage Media Arts College is a boys’ school in South Manchester. It opened in 2012 as part of the BSF programme, and takes a creative approach to learning in order to inspire and motivate students and staff alike.