World-class natural history museums continuously strive to create extraordinary experiences for visitors, and that means finding creative ways to transport people of all ages into a specific tableau or era. So when Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History began the process of moving its famous Tyrannosaurus rex specimen to a new home within the museum, curators saw an opportunity to immerse visitors in the dinosaur’s world. Read this exciting case study to see how they brought a dinosaur to life.
How does a newly formed church infuse technology into services when everything must be portable in nature? See how a new church incorporated cutting edge technology into services and easily maintained the portability and modularity of their space.
How does a movie theater company create a high-end experience as a new entertainment destination using creative design and the latest digital technologies? See how technology was used in new ways to create an experience that draws more customer interactions.
Higher-education facilities know that learning doesn’t just happen in the classroom; it happens everywhere. Seneca College in Ontario implemented technology all over its multiple campuses to create popular learning spaces that allow students to connect online, work collaboratively, and interact with screens hands-on.
Honoring the past with technology of the future. NEC projectors create an immersive outdoor art installation to commemorate the Illinois Bicentennial. Be sure to check out ‘Rooted in Greatness’, a digital projection mapped onto trees outside a Chicago convention center.