Harley-Davidson Museum - Milwaukee, WI
The Harley-Davidson Museum is a vast open space filled with the sights, sounds, and history of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. The space contains several media exhibits and computer interactives. The exhibits are controlled via a complex AMX control system with centralized audio and video.
The Bridge exhibit is composed of six 46" LCD screens (mounted to the underside of a road) that display what is at the heart of Harley-Davidson...its riders. The Buyback exhibit is a three-screen video wall that tells the story of how Harley-Davidson bought the company back from AMF Corporation in the 1980s.
There are also multiple projections throughout the space, including a projection onto a replica of an old board track racing track and two synchronized projections of the past and present Harley-Davidson engines. At the end of the tour, the visitor gets to experience riding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle in the Experience Gallery - a theater with two high definition synchronized projections onto a 40' x 12' screen, and interactive exhibit are where the visitor can take their picture on a Harley motorcycle and explore the current model selection.
Beautifully produced media from Batwin+Robin is displayed throughout the museum in interesting formats. Needless to say, this was an enjoyable and informative project from beginning to end!