Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, a one-hundred year old
Catholic charitable order, maintains its home on a knoll overlooking the
Hudson River, north of New York City. Here is located a museum showing
artifacts depicting their world wide mission.
To help tell the story, three pushbutton activated video viewing stations
are provided. Each of the stations has a video monitor, and a
SoundStik listening device.
Six pushbuttons enable the visitor to select their desired video.
Equipment includes three BrightSign HD video players and a Museum
Technology B-106 Pushbutton Interface. Sound is
delivered by Vista Group SoundStik Model VC-BB4R-HA. The equipment
is located remotely, and is connected to the stations via CAT5 cable
employing VGA to CAT5 converters at each end. The block diagram may be
viewed by clicking the link below.