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International African American Museum to Feature Sony Technology to Inspire and Facilitate Education

The International African American Museum (IAAM) announced today that Sony Corporation of America will be making a $1.7 million product donation to the museum.

The in-kind donation is made possible through the Sony’s Global Social Justice Fund, on behalf of Sony Corporation and its U.S. affiliates. Sony Electronics’ industry-leading technology will be used to create displays and interactive experiences throughout the museum, which is set to open in January 2022 at Gadsden’s Wharf in Charleston, South Carolina.

International African American Museum to Feature Sony Technology to Inspire and Facilitate Education Sony “Crystal LED” Modular Direct View Display System in a museum setting A unique centerpiece of the museum, the “Atlantic Worlds Gallery,” will be furnished with North America’s first public installation of the latest Crystal LED display in a 32-foot wide, 7-foot high configuration.

The immersive audio/visual experience is expected to elicit a powerful emotional response from visitors, as it brings history to life through technology.

“Our close work with the IAAM underscores Sony’s commitment to social justice,” said Mike Fasulo, President and COO, Sony Electronics, Inc. “Sony has a rich history in working alongside museums to help creatively bring important stories […]

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