Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada – Update

As promised here is a follow up post and some images taken at today’s opening ceremonies at the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada. The Ghost of Charron Lake exhibit is a must see both from a story perspective & tech perspective. The aircraft was found and recovered nearly 75 years after being submerged in this Northern Manitoba Lake. The exhibit features the wreckage of the plane with the illusion of it being under water. The asymmetrical projection screen using multiple, edge blended laser projectors combined with stunning content help tell this remarkable story! Multiple other exhibits feature sound and video to help tell stories and bring various artifacts to life.

Thanks again to the Museum for choosing PSB Integration as their Exhibit AV and Control Systems partner! We are absolutely thrilled to be part of this signature facility! A huge thanks to all of our team members that had a role to play in executing this project. This is a museum rich with aviation history and a must see for all Winnipeggers and visitors to our city. The museum is now open to the general public.

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