Case Studies

Eden Court Theatre

Centralised signage delivery to engage audiences and reduce costs

Serving the Highland community with a state-of-the-art entertainment venue, Eden Court employs display technology from Sharp/NEC to promote forthcoming shows, films, projects and events with tailored content scheduled to optimise engagement and reduce costs.


Kia Metropol Arena

Versatile, robust, and reliable LED signage

Nuremberg’s new multi-purpose venue, the Kia Metropol Arena enjoys a 4000-spectator capacity offering versatile spaces for professional and grassroots sports and cultural events. The bespoke LED video cube and scoreboard by Sharp/NEC is designed to deliver the same versatile usage with robust reliability.


Multimedia exhibition at the V.I. Vernadsky State Geological Museum of the RAS

In order to make a museum visit engaging and interesting for a greater number of people, contemporary exhibitions and displays have been making ever more use of digital technologies. Descriptions of exhibits are becoming more interactive and engaging thanks to the introduction of big screens and display panels, projections, and other audio-visual solutions. Russian museums and exhibitions, too, are keeping abreast of global trends.


Straubing Tigers‘ Ice Stadium

LED generates excitement and revenue

Indoor and outdoor LED displays help to exhilarate the crowd whilst providing additional revenue streams at the Straubing Tigers ice stadium. Professional men’s hockey team, the Straubing Tigers, compete in the German Ice Hockey League (DEL) playing their home games at the Eisstadion am Pulverturm with a capacity of 5,800 spectators.


SlowDown Hotel, Travemünde

Multimedia to relax and unwind

As its name suggests, the aim of the SlowDown hotel is to relax and unwind. From the foyer and tapas bar to the spa and conference centre, Sharp/NEC LCD large format displays, videowalls and an eye catching dvLED wall convey dynamic imagery from nature to generate a calm and cosy atmosphere. 


Sir John Monash Centre

NEC forms the immersive engine at the heart of the Sir John Monash Centre

Located on the site of the Australian National Memorial and adjacent to the Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery on the Somme, the Sir John Monash Centre was commissioned by the Australian Government.


BEAM Pavilion by Wolfgang Buttress

Greenpeace at Glastonbury Festival 2019

Multi-sensory, immersive sculptural experience: Partnering with specialist collaborators in science, light, film, sound and projection mapping, NEC provides laser projection technology for one of the most talked about experiences of Glastonbury 2019.


M&S Bank Arena Liverpool

Making the digital transformation

There are many stakeholders who gain from digital communications; at the recently rebranded M&S Bank Arena Liverpool the system provides an enhanced visitor experience whilst delivering operational efficiencies and providing a medium for outreach for sponsors and advertisers. NEC display technology is utilised to meet the needs of all parties with high quality, high resolution digital surfaces.


Scottish Submarine Centre

Immersive experiences through projection mapping

Bringing the ‘inside out’; projection mapping and VR technologies recreate the lives of submariners, projecting the inside workings of a submarine onto the outside of this museum’s single major artefact.


Royal Opera House

A range of technologies for a variety of applications

Now a venue where you can experience the arts without even having to buy a ticket, visitors to the recently transformed Royal Opera House are invited to relax in the new café, restaurant and bar areas where visual stimulation delivered via NEC LED, LCD and Projection technologies serves to enhance the experience.