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RGB Spectrum's Galileo Wall Processor Dazzles Patrons at Denver Botanic Gardens

Denver Botanic Garden video wall

Denver Botanic Gardens in Denver, Colorado is a multi-faceted museum with a living plant collection, natural history collection and art exhibitions. The Freyer-Newman Center at York Street provides a venue of unparalleled beauty for meetings, exhibitions and other events.

The challenge was to create dynamic digital signage in the Center's main entryway to captivate and entertain patrons. The solution was a massive video wall in the second-floor foyer viewable throughout the expansive space. RGB Spectrum's Galileo video processor was chosen to drive a stunning 40' wide by 10' high LED wall. The result is spectacular.

The Galileo processor receives computer feeds of videos and still images. Content includes nature visuals shot in Colorado, educational videos, promotional content, and presentations for special events. The processor enables the entire video wall to be treated as a single seamless display or partitioned into multiple windows positioned in any size, anywhere on the display surface.

The Galileo processor provides a viewing experience with the highest level of video processing performance. It delivers real-time throughput and exceptional 4K image quality, unlike lesser systems that can drop frames or cause image tearing. The processor supports an extensive range of baseband video and IP-based inputs, including analog, AV-over-IP streams, DVI/HDMI, and 3G/HD-SDI.

As Erin Bird, the Gardens' Associate Director of Communications, explained, "The video wall acts as a backdrop to the entryway of the facility and is visible from the street as well. The Galileo processor's display versatility is key because of the variety of content we need to present."

Freyer-Newman Center's LED video wall

Patrons are captivated by the Freyer-Newman Center's stunning LED video wall as they proceed through the entry area.

The Denver Botanic Gardens is a public botanical garden located in Denver, Colorado. The 23-acre park contains a conservatory, a variety of curated gardens and an amphitheater. Denver Botanic Gardens features North America's largest collection of plants from cold temperate climates around the world, as well as seven diverse gardens that mostly include plants from Colorado and neighboring states. The organization supports conservation programs that play a major role in saving species and protecting natural habitats for future generations. For more information, visit botanicgardens.org.

E2 Optics, based in Englewood, Colorado, is an innovative systems integrator specializing in audio visual, data centers, structured cabling, electronic security, and wireless/DAS solutions. E2 Optics integrates innovative audio visual, multi-media systems which are visually stunning and a sensory delight. For more information, visit e2optics.com.

RGB Spectrum is a leading designer and manufacturer of mission-critical, real-time audio-visual solutions for a civilian, government and military client base. The company offers integrated hardware, software and control systems to satisfy the most demanding requirements. Its Galileo video display processor is an ideal solution for digital signage, lobby display, emergency operations centers, security operations centers, control rooms, command centers, traffic management facilities, and network operations centers. For more information, visit rgb.com.