Crayola IDEAWorks

We’re proud to announce that the Crayola IDEAWorks traveling exhibition is now open at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. The result is stunning.

A huge game changer for the industry, this is the first traveling show based on the wireless QuickSilver® AV++® solution. Instead of multiple racks and bundles of tangled cables, this exhibition uses the grand total of one (1) single infra-structural cable, and a small rolling show control cabinet that also handles all the power management for the entire exhibition.

traveling to Mars to do a quick News section? It’s all just in a day’s work!

Mad Systems also developed the various interactives for the exhibition, as well as the RFID system and backbone that hangs it all together. All RFID intra-system communication is also handled wirelessly, as is all the power management.

This unique solution proves that QuickSilver® is ready for just about any task, and adds to the success story of our latest technology. With 50-some exhibits, 30 of them have barcode readers to track visitors from exhibit to exhibit. All powered by our lightweight, wireless solution which is based on standard, non-proprietary equipment with long-term availability. Our QuickSilver® system proves that it’s time to ditch that cumbersome traveling show system; the next generation is here.

When it comes to moving this exhibit to the next location, another one of QuickSilver®’s strengths will make a major difference. There are no huge rolls of CAT5 or speaker cables everywhere. No crates full of signal cable. No hassle!

Just another amazing benefit that AV++® technology brings to the party!

just one of the fun exhibits that make up the Crayola IDEAworks traveling exhibition

A new era for traveling shows, as this gem clearly shows. Why stick with the old, when the new is lightyears ahead! Click here to read the article in InPark magazine.

and once you are registered…
enter the ColorVerse!

If you’d like more information on QuickSilver®, the AV++® solution that drives the Crayola IDEAWorks exhibits, please click here.

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