ASBIS combined the latest technology and art in the global Cyprus culture project

ASBIS Kypros & Prestigio Solutions paid a key contribution in the remarkable transformation of The Sea and Culture Museum Polis and Latsi in Cyprus. In the framework of the groundbreaking initiative by the Polis Chrysochous Municipality, the Sea and Culture Museum, Polis and Latsi, and the Eratosthenes Centre, ASBIS with its own Prestigio Solutions brand, combined the latest technology and art to create an immersive and unforgettable experience for visitors to the museum.

The collaborative efforts have resulted in the creation of a state-of-the-art wonderland that guarantees to leave visitors awestruck and captivated. The integration of leading-edge technology and innovative design into the museum’s exhibits offers visitors an immersive experience that showcases the rich cultural heritage of Cyprus.

ASBIS was responsible for creating, technically designing, and directly installing the LED video wall. The wall is now one of the largest LED video walls in Cyprus and was built using the latest technologies from Prestigio Solutions. It consists of six seamless segments with an area of 60 square meters and forms a wonderful circular display that delivers impressive depth and true-to-life images. Moreover, the Multiboard enhances the exhibition experience with an interactive panel, connected with large displays, transforming the museum into a memorable experience for everyone. The large video wall enhances engagement, showcasing high-resolution images, videos, and interactive content, thereby connecting visitors to history more profoundly.

The concept of this transformation initiative stems from the Polis Chrysochous municipality. This innovative project involves a holistic setup, incorporating LED panels, controllers, and screen setup and configuration, meticulously crafted by Prestigio Solutions. Disoplayforce software manages content setup, screen segmentation scenarios, and content administration. While the museum is presently undergoing renovations, it remains closed to the public.