PC-Control: PC-based control system adds life to kinetic landscape model
High-tech media technology in museum makes history a more interactive experience
Presenting regional history in a scientific and, at the same time, exciting and eye-catching manner is a challenge for museum directors. At the State Museum of Archaeology in Chemnitz, Germany, this balance has been achieved rather successfully: history has become a multi-sensory experience, thanks to state-of-the-art multimedia technology. The kinetic landscape model depicting the Free State of Saxony, which hovers in the foyer of the building, is no doubt unique in the German museum landscape. As the model moves through three floor levels, a film is projected onto it, illustrating the development of Saxon cultural history. The implementation, production, and installation of the kinetic model took eight months before it was officially opened in August 2014. Scenography specialists, ATELIER BRÜCKNER came up with the idea and overall concept. The technical implementation was handled by MKT AG, leading experts for permanent kinetic installations. TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE were responsible for the media design and production.
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