Audio Visual Services
We are passionate and diverse engineers committed to exceeding client expectations.
JHA’s Specialist Audio Visual Services team
Our growing team have accumulated diverse insights into the nuances of Audio Visual technologies and Projects. Our highly experienced engineers collaborate and work closely with Clients, IT Specialists, Operation and Facility Managers, Architects, Worship Leaders, and Technical Directors. We deliver customised Audio Visual system designs and have worked across a range of spatially and conceptually diverse projects across Australia.
Audio Visual Services cover the following areas of design:
- Digital Audio Systems
- Audio Reinforcement Systems
- Speech Reinforcement Systems
- Public Address and Paging Systems
- Hearing Augmentation System
- Video Conferencing Solutions
- Video Display Systems
- Interactive Display Systems
- Wireless Presentation Solutions
- Digital Signage Systems
- IPTV and Distributed Video Systems
- Control system design
- Public Kiosk Solutions
- Wayfinding Systems
JHA Participation in Vivid Sydney 2017
Unsui was created by JHA Consulting Engineers using cutting-edge technology to explore the elusive themes of cloud and water, where participants are invited to suspend, for a moment, their habitual state of being and allow themselves to be transported by a cloud-like mist to a place of tranquillity and stillness.
Visitors begin a compelling sensory journey after entering a contained and curated atmosphere. This initially presents as a simple domed structure: within its walls video projection, sound effects and a host of theatrical effects and luminaires take them through a cloudscape of light and sound. The atmosphere can initially appear dense and opaque; sometimes it is transparent and wispy; at other times it captures that sense of brilliance that occurs when sunlight is filtered through a cloud.
The Power of the Storm Video
Isaac Chamberlian, JHA Audio Visual Engineer, created the original score for the Vivid Sydney 2017 video which was featured inside JHA’s art installation ‘UNSUI’.