Museums are a sanctuary of history, art and culture. The stories they hold are meant to captivate visitors and take them on a journey of time and space.
With the growth of technology, and newer generations being able to utilize information with a click of a phone or tablet, museum experiences have seen a significant shift toward technology and digital experiences that bring their exhibits to life.
To bring these exhibits to life, we utilize a wide range of technology, to tell stories through zones or galleries. These zones are either interactive or non-interactive, made up of several architectural LCD displays, video walls of various sizes, audio systems, specialized lighting effects and of course each screen or zone is designed to run specialized content, creating distinct experiences. All your storytelling exhibitions are accompanied by diverse programming and learning experiences for diverse audiences, publications, and online content.
Below is a walk-through of a Digital Museum, with an in depth look at all the different zones and experiences we conceptualized and brought to life:
As a first experience as you walk into the Museum, you are greeted by a Video Wall consisting of nine 45-inch displays, each with HD resolution of 1920x1080, utilizing Extended Rugged Optics (ERO) technology, with specialized content.
Consisting of 15 displays in an artistic layout, multiple screen sizes, visitors can walk through this space and visually enjoy different streams of content. The screens are encapsulated by a wooden finish fit-out, adding to the beauty of the journey.
Consisting of 56 Mosaic styled video wall displays on a steel armature, with content distributed across all of the displays, visitors are amazed by the seamless distribution of content and enjoy this mosaic video wall as a centerpiece of the museum.
Featuring a 3x4 video wall, this zone is a non-interactive content and story board that visitors gaze at to learn about the different exhibits and stories featured as they spend time in the Digital Museum.
Lastly, the independent landscape display, housed in a lounge cocoon, where visitors can relax for a few minutes as they take in streams of content, located strategically in view of several other zones, allowing users to admire content from various displays.
All of the above zones provide a unique informative and interactive experience, distinguishable by the various templates and content streams that rift through the digital museum space, allowing several stories to be told at one time and providing an edutainment experience that is unforgettable, mixing technology and edutainment, in one space.