The Hiram M. Chittenden (aka Ballard) Locks  were completed in 1917.  Today the Locks are the busiest in the nation and a major Seattle tourist attraction but in serious need of repairs and renovation.

Executive Productions-Seattle partnered with Candela Display Systems to install multiple portable touchscreen kiosks to increase public awareness and support.   A 15 foot wide video display was recently installed in the fish ladder viewing room as part of the STREAM Education upgrade.

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One of Nebraska’s latest museums (next to Scotts Bluff National Monument on the Oregon Trail) celebrates the lives and tells the stories of High Plains agriculture, communities and people.

Executive Productions-Seattle (EPS) teamed up with Exhibit Design Associates (EDA) and Candela Display Systems to produce “Voices on the Prairie Wind” videowall, an orientation gallery for the other displays at the Museum.

Click here to see a video on how the video wall works or go to Candela Display Systems case studies for a complete description of installation.

EPS also produced a couple of videos to highlight individual exhibits, including  a video of Cattle Ranching and Cowboys that is viewed in an old Cowboy “Line Shack”   Click here to see the video.