Project: Scotch College Chapel, Perth
Scope: Aurora P2 dot pitch
2880mm (W) x 1620mm (H)
Integrator: Design Build AV
Perth’s Scotch College has demonstrated how LED display technology can be effectively and sensitively integrated into environments that have been, traditionally, technology-free.
The college’s chapel was recently restored and the school addressed the thorny issue of incorporating large-format display technology in a way that would be sympathetic to the distinctive 1960s-era architecture.
Simon Hollingshead, the school’s Information and Learning Technology Manager, was tasked with finding a suitable solution. His first port of call was to Scotch College’s trusted audiovisual contractor, Design Build AV. “Via Design Build’s recommendation, we had the opportunity to visit Aurora Signage’s Osbourne Park Showroom to view a full-sized LED screen — an experience that was instrumental in the College’s decision to purchase the LED technology,” says Simon Hollingshead. “As both companies have West Australian offices, we knew technical support would be locally available, which is vital in technology purchases of this size.”
“We worked with Aurora and Scotch College to determine the optimal screen size and pixel pitch,” recalls Design Build AV Director, Mason Walmsley. “Aurora Signage was able to deliver the screen on site in a timely manner, such that we could meet our agreed schedules with the school.”