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Interactive Museum Exhibits

Interactive museum exhibits are a wonderful way to draw visitors into an experience to truly enjoy learning.

 

Golden Multimedia specializes in creating touchscreen kiosks and other interactive exhibits that convey educational content in a fun and exciting way. Our interfaces are easy to understand, with animation, sound effects and video for an enjoyable and immersive experience for all ages.

 

 

Recent Projects:

Strike a Balance!Yale University

Peabody Museum of Natural History

www.peabody.yale.edu

 

Big Food - "Strike a Balance!"

Interactive Touchscreen Kiosk

 

Can you keep your energy levels in balance to make it across the shark-infested pool? Choose various food items and activities to keep the tight-rope walker in balance. Choose too many unhealthy foods and you will be dinner for the sharks!

 

This project includes Flash interactive design, advanced game programming, cartoon animation, sound effects, and hardware design and installation.

 

Click the picture above or here to play the game and for more information about this exhibit.

 

 

Spot the Bloodsuckers!Yale University

Peabody Museum of Natural History

www.peabody.yale.edu

 

"Invasion of the Bloodsuckers - Bedbugs and Beyond!"

Including "Spot the Bloodsuckers!" and "Morphing Mouthparts" Interactive Touchscreen Kiosks

 

Gary is under attack! Your goal in this fast paced interactive game is to help the sleeping character make it through the night, while various bloodsuckers (bedbugs, ticks, mosquitos, lice, and fleas) try to get their next meal. Stop them by properly identifying them as true bloodsuckers or imposters.

 

This project includes Flash interactive design, advanced game programming, cartoon animation, sound effects, and hardware design and installation.

 

Click the picture above or here to play the game and for more information about this exhibit.

 

 

 

 

Race to the Lighthouse! - click here for more pictures and infoYale University

Peabody Museum of Natural History

www.peabody.yale.edu

 

"Race to the Lighthouse!" Interactive Touchscreen Kiosk

 

Your goal in this interactive game is to get to the lighthouse first by answering questions about the Long Island Sound and what we can do to protect it.

This project was created in conjunction with the Peabody "Evolutions" program and high school students from New Haven, who provided the video based questions and answers. This project includes Flash interactive design, 3D modeling and animation, cartoon animation, sound effects, and hardware design and installation.

 

Click the picture above or here for a video and more information about this exhibit.

 

 

 

 

 

Zallinger - click here for more pictures and infoYale University

Peabody Museum of Natural History

www.peabody.yale.edu

 

"The Age of Reptiles - Rudolph Zallinger" Interactive Touchscreen Kiosks

 

This pair of interactive touchscreens allow visitors to explore Rudy Zallinger's famous dinosaur mural - "The Age of Reptiles". Curators from the museum pop up behind plants and next to dinosaurs to give information about each of the species depicted in the mural, as well as historic and artistic information about Rudy Zallinger and the mural itself. This project includes Flash HD video, animation, sound effects, and hardware design and installation.

 

Click the picture above or here for more pictures and information about this exhibit.

 

 

 

 

Tree of Life - click here for a video and more picturesYale University

Peabody Museum of Natural History

www.peabody.yale.edu

 

"Travels in the Great Tree of Life"

Interactive touchscreen kiosks, morphing video, and Audio/Video installation

 

In the interactive touchscreen game, your mission is to help a friendly cat find its home in the branches of the tree of life, learning about the inter-relatedness of species along the way. This project includes 3D modeling and animation, Flash video and animaton, custom musical scoring, sound effects, and hardware design and installation.

 

Other services for this exhibit included compositing an HD morphing video, and installation of the Audio/Video equipment.

 

Click the picture above or here for a video and more pictures of the exhibit.

 

 

 

 

Magic Planet - Click here for a video and more picturesYale University

Peabody Museum of Natural History

www.peabody.yale.edu

 

"Our Dynamic Planet" Interactive Touchscreen Kiosk

 

See current weather patterns sweeping across the globe, earthquakes that happened this week, or watch the continents coming together to show the Earth from 300 million years ago. Located in the new "Hall of Minerals, Earth, and Space", this touchscreen interface has eleven sections of global weather and plate tectonic information, as displayed through the 24" acrylic "Magic Planet" globe (produced by Global Imagination). This project included Flash video, animation, digital sound recording, video editing, and hardware installation.

 

Click the picture above or here for a video and more pictures of the exhibit.

 

 

 

 

Torosaurus - Click here for a video and more picturesYale University

Peabody Museum of Natural History

www.peabody.yale.edu

 

"Torosaurus Project" Interactive

Touchscreen Kiosk

 

With video, pictures, and narration, this kiosk details the efforts of dedicated workers and volunteers who created the awe-inspiring Torosaurus statue in front of the museum. This project included Flash video, animation, digital sound recording, and hardware design / installation.

 

Click the picture above or here for a video and more pictures of the exhibit.

 

 

Yale UniversityHuman Origins - Click here for more pictures

Peabody Museum of Natural History

www.peabody.yale.edu

 

"Human Origins" Interactive Touchscreen Kiosks

Ever wonder what the difference is between modern humans and early hominids? These touchscreens, guided by video and narration, explore 15 different hominids (like Neanderthals and Australopithecus afarensis) and allow you to compare and rotate skulls side by side, and with "Google Earth" animations, see the countries where they were discovered. This project includes Flash video, animation, digital sound recording, hardware design / installation, and Google Earth integration.

 

Click the picture above or here for a more pictures of the exhibit.