Pneumatic Tube Systems for Media & Exhibition Purposes
Pneumatic tube systems have a fascination to many factions, Aerocom has regular requests for integration with artistic displays, exhibitions, and the media, with a few other requests for permanent novelty displays.
Need technical support or assistance with your institution’s existing pneumatic tube system? Contact us today– our team is always here to help.
Great Exhibition of the North
Appropriately our UK system designer is from Newcastle where the exhibition took place and lives within two miles of Coopers Studio, the city centre venue.
Coopers Studio is an original horse and carriage repository built in 1897, a rare survivor of the age of horsepower, now converted into fashionable offices.
See the Tweet by “The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge”
London Design Biennale
The design was made by Autoban founders Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Çağlar based on a 19th-century pneumatic tube system. The set was shipped to London and assembled by Aerocom who then extended the tube from the exhibit to a delivery point at the destination through the corridors of this grade 1 listed building.
The carriers are loaded with the visitors wish then inserted at a hexagonal tube outline bounded by mirrors, then blown around the extended section through the corridors to reach the destination.
“You can make a wish, write on a piece of paper, then into a carrier and send it. Like the original wish tree, your wish is between you and the universe.”
For our designers, at Aerocom, these requests are a welcome break from larger and more complex assignments but do present the occasional challenge.
Some novelty systems are on permanent display, such as Jock Campbell Interactive in Milton Keynes, or Diverter Dilemma, a puzzle challenge at the National Explorium in Dublin. One of our most popular children’s air tube novelty is Scarf Scramble used in both locations.