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Guinness Storehouse Exit Experience

The Guinness Storehouse wanted an immersive experience to liven up the exit of their exhibition. Thought Different designed a truly immersive and interactive space with the help of 72 screens mounted in Toblerone shapes.

 

As you walked by the screens they would explode in a Guinness surge and light up the space. Every few minutes the entire space would be taken over and the entire room would be filled with pouring and settling pints of Guinness.

Yeats at the National Library

In 2005 the National Library opened its internationally award winning exhibition – The Life and Works of WB Yeats. Hundreds of documents throughout the exhibition were interpreted on interactive touchscreens that accompanied each display case. These interactives allowed you to delve deeper into the objects on display and see further documents in context. This model of presentation allowed the library to display thousands of documents that simply could not be displayed in the physical space.

 

Immersive Poetry – Verse and Vision

In the opening area you can sit down and relax and immerse yourself in readings of some of Yeats’ poems. Specially commissioned photography accompanies the printed word to further stimulate the imagination.

 

Online Existence

In 2007 the National Library wanted to create an online version of the exhibition. Thought Different designed a virtual walkthrough experience and was able to include all information used in the interactives throughout the exhibition and make them available online. To create the online version we worked with Neo Archaic to create an interactive Flash version online.

The Yeats exhibit was fantastic, with excellent use of multimedia to bring what could have been a dry subject to life.

The Yeats exhibit is fabulous. Lots of information, very interactive & completely interesting!!

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