As part of his mission to make the Seattle-based Museum of Flight the “foremost educational air and space museum in the world,” Peder Nelson, Exhibits Developer and Digital Engagement Manager, set out to explore options for adding digital interactivity to many of the museum’s exhibits.
With well-executed interactive content, the nearly 600,000 annual visitors could be granted access to a host of information and visuals that were not previously accessible.
One example is the Museum of Flight’s Aviation Pavilion, a 3-acre exhibition of 20 rare and unique aircraft. Nelson and his team found a solution that would immerse museum visitors in both the interiors of these aircraft as well as in the personal stories of their volunteer tour guides, many of whom served as pilots in WWII.
The solution combined the use of Intuiface for interactive content creation with the acquisition of 360-degree images taken with the aircraft. The results were tablet-based touch screen experiences enabling veterans to immerse museum visitors in the stories of their life and the aircraft they flew.
See the case study here.
Photo Credit: Intuiface
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