The fascinating story of Nuremberg on the road to schools, libraries, and global musuems.
TRAVELING EXHIBITS WITH AUGMENTED REALITY
We’ll create two types of exhibits:
- A series of low-cost, retractable banners that ship and set up easily in smaller spaces like schools or libraries—and require no special lighting or power
- A core, artifact-based traveling exhibit for museums, designed to immerse visitors in large format photography and exclusive artifacts
Both exhibits will feature Augmented Reality (AR) experiences which trigger content from our website and encourage deeper immersion into the Courtroom 600 story.
TECHNOLOGY FUELS ACTIVE LEARNING
Augmented Reality (AR) allows viewers to customize their learning experience—presenting audio, video, answers to questions, and content from our website that would not be possible otherwise.
To enable AR, we’ll create a custom mobile app that can be downloaded quickly even without wi-fi.
Using a smartphone camera and the Courtroom 600 app, exhibit viewers
scan a graphic or photo object pictured on either walls or floors—and digital content then appears onscreen.
For most young viewers, mobile devices will be in-hand during their visit.
With AR, active learning leads to social buzz and shares.
EXCLUSIVE ARTIFACTS & PHOTOGRAPHY
Our collection includes official documents, letters and books written by the major war criminals, original prison diagrams, and much more.
Large-format photography and removable floor decals will add visual impact—even within a small exhibit footprint.
AR USING OUR MOBILE APP
By scanning the map pin using our app (as pictured on the floor in this concept rendering), exhibit viewers can learn what a mimeograph is—technology that disappeared with the advent of photocopiers. A social media-shareable factoid then appears in the app:
DID YOU KNOW: 700 million mimeographed pages stacked up would be 47 miles high!