Read how AV technology and inventive lighting were used to bring the human element of New Zealand’s role in World War I to the fore at an exhibition at the Museum of New Zealand.
An interview with lighting designer Marc Simpson, head of Toulouse Group.
"With the limitations imposed by time and the historical nature of the building, the design process for the technology to be deployed became even more crucial. The design tool of choice for Simpson was connectCAD. He states: 'In this instance we used connectCAD extensively. So every cable for the AV installation was detailed. There's about 27 5.1 channel amplifiers. We designed the system so all sources are streamed into the amplifier, then the amplifier breaks out the signal and sends it out to six speakers. Every single one of those cable links, amplifiers and speakers were all documented in connectCAD, right through to rack layouts, and labelling was taken from those drawings for the final installation' [...]