This unexpected approach was a deliberate break from the more scenic attractions based within the museum.
SHIPS TABLE - an interactive projection mapped exhibit with a dual screen video playing on the bulkhead.
Bold graphic design and strong linear shapes created evocative spaces that drew the audience through the journey.
TRUNKS - a projection mapped exhibit. 3D laser scans of the finished exhibit were used to pixel map the show.
A projection mapped pelmet screen that the audience walked under.
Moving images flanked the visitor wherever they stood - this was designed to create a need to keep moving to see what was "next" in the exhibit.
Projection mapping allowed us to create layers for the media exhibits for a more bespoke and dynamic experience. Screens sat in with printed graphic panels to create a strong graphic look.
Curated content was presented in layers - a visitor could return to discover more detail presented throughout the experience.
Think OTS incorporates as much scenically hand painted elements in it's exhibits as possible. This artisan approach gives the exhibit a timeless feel and better longevity.
Discrete, low cost, laser projectors were used throughout the exhibit. Easy to hide with 20,000hour lamp life these projectors are changing the way that we design and execute media based exhibits.