PODCAST: The Art of Painting with Digital Signage


Digital Signage Stories, the official podcast of Digital Signage Expo and its editorial partner site DigitalSignageConnection.com, highlights successful digital signage projects and installations deployed around the world in a variety of different vertical markets. With this podcast, you will gain insight from industry experts to help make your own digital signage deployments successful as the industry continues to grow.

Show Title – The Art of Painting with Digital Signage 


Show Notes – The Thomas Cole House is a National Historic site found between the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains. The entire landscape embodies the vibrant style and presence of painter Thomas Cole, a major 19th-century English American voice and founder of the Hudson River School, and the site has recently embraced digitization and projection mapping from Second Story to breathe new life into the work for a new generation.

Thomas Cole Historic Site pic

The Thomas Cole home is split into two parlors. The East parlor now greets visitors with a large-scale projection presentation in which guests have an opportunity to experience all of Cole’s work. In the West parlor, each guest is able to inhabit the space in Thomas Cole himself would host houseguests and discuss his creations.

Matt Arnold headshotOn this episode, Second Story’s Technical Director Matt Arnold joins us to share how their team curated the projections within the Thomas Cole House and tastefully hid the technology in order to showcase the value of the paintings themselves. The project won Second Story a Bronze APEX Award at Digital Signage Expo 2019. For more case study information about project, click here.




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Digital Signage Stories host Alesia HendleyShow host Alesia Hendley is an AV professional who is determined to leave her mark by making an impact, not just an impression. She can be reached on Twitter @thesmoothfactor


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