Museums & Exhibits
Museums, art galleries, and special exhibits are using an ever-increasing number of LCD video monitors and touch screens. Monitors are used to updating or enhancing exhibits with live video clips or cycle through a series of still images. In attempts to staying with a historical perspective, they often choose to use 4:3 aspect ratio monitors. They also use a 4 x 3 aspect ratio screens to mimic old television sets. High-bright Sunlight Readable monitors are often used to produce stunning images with maximum visual impact. Touch screens are used for interactive displays, control, ticketing kiosks, or communication. Museums choose industrial-grade monitors and touch screens due to their ability to withstand abuse from high numbers of users and their long expected life cycle.