We produced 29 AV and interactive exhibits for this award-winning exhibition showcasing a wealth of historical and contemporary scientific content. Our displays were designed to provide an engaging and accessible experience for both specialists and the general public.
“We were incredibly impressed with Heritage Interactive’s creative and professional approach to the project and in particular their support and guidance in dealing with the challenges of the project. Since opening the exhibits have been well received by our visitors, being both visually appealing and easy to use.”
Thomas Elliott, RCSEd
THE INSPIRATION BEHIND SHERLOCK HOLMES:
We expanded the original brief to move beyond simply featuring archive footage of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Through sourcing first edition illustrations and incorporating a narrated intro, we were to provide additional context and visual interest.
ANATOMY EXPLORATION STATION:
This large format, 3D interactive enables users to explore the various layers of the human body. Visitors can spin the body round, stripping back each layer to reveal key details within the anatomically accurate visualisation.
This interactive exhibit uses three timelines to encourage visitors to explore scientific achievements and the evolution of the College’s buildings alongside key world events. The visitor can manipulate the three timelines individually or lock them together and supports content in 6 languages.