Congratulations to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter, winner of this year’s prestigious Art Fund Prize. It was a project we really enjoyed working on and are delighted by the news.
Archive for the ‘Audio Visual' Category
Spiral produced some of the audio visuals for the newly opened Cutty Sark displays.
This promotional video was made for Basis.
Rich Mintz [http://richmintz.com/] blogs about our film for the National Museum of Scotland, thanks Rich. Here’s what he said “I must say that the highlight of the trip was the contemporary-life exhibit on the top floor of the National Museum of Scotland. I have a better understanding of Scotland and “Scottishness” as a result. It wasn’t just the artifacts and the didacticism, either: a video wall called, I think, “Voices of Scotland” presented direct-to-camera snippets of over a hundred Scots talking about their nation, their language, the meaning of Scottishness, and their relationship to the world. I sat through the whole thing, which was probably the single most illuminating five minutes of my entire time in Scotland.” Here’s a clip from the film…
We have been commissioned to produce all the audio visuals and interactives for the new Mary Rose exhibition opening in 2012.
Our film The Last Place on Earth – Discovering Antarctica for Discovery Point in Dundee has now opened. The film tells the incredible story of Antarctic exploration and science from its beginnings to the present day. The film show features synchronised snow and aurora lighting effects and a blast of ‘antarctic’ wind from a series of fans below the screens.
Spiral produced four interactives and a video for the Atmosphere gallery at the Science Museum.
The still above is from a simulation game called Climate Minister. The video below shows the three player Flood Alert! game in action. (This is a short clip from a video of the Altmosphere gallery which can be viewed here).
The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum opened today. Spiral produced all the immersive videos and digital interactives for the new exhibition. This is The Doll’s House and plays over four monitors in the Burns cottage.
This is the end sequence to the Tam o’Shanter immersive film
And three of the interactives we produced are available on the museum’s website. This one is called Spooky Stories (click the image to play)…
This one is called Burning Issues and features Robert Burns in a debate chaired by Jeremiah Waxman …