Our video work for various museums has won the company awards and recognitions over the years. Our creative at the Smithsonian Institution, Ellis Island, and the Chattanooga History Museum among others, has always has been among our most interesting challenges.
The Miami Children’s Museum called on us to help create some great displays for their newest exhibits, as we had done with The Energy House we created for them under a Department of Energy grant a couple of years ago.
This year, we helped produce several video elements and POV (point-of-view) displays as part of a fabulous new exhibit presented by Baptist Health.
A simulated bicycle tour around Miami lets children ride various bikes, or use their upper body to experience a trip on Miami Beach, Shark Valley and Key Biscayne. It was shot on our special gyro mounted camera system attached to a bicycle, and really gives the sense of riding a bike.
Another interactive video display asks children to “keep moving,” was all shot on Multivision’s green screen stage, and featured talented museum staff dancing, exercising and having fun aimed at getting the participants involved and to make them move.
The Miami Children’s Museum is also creating a display about aviation, and will be housed at the Miami International Airport.
That display includes a multi-screen flight over Miami that is housed in a mock airplane, and was shot with 3 synchronized cameras during a Cessna 172 flight we did over Miami, creating a true POV experience of flight for the participant.