The Brandenburg Gate Museum makes 300 years of Berlin’s history into an emotional experience. Its centerpiece is an immersive spatial installation linking original historical images to impressive animations with the help of the latest technology.
The museum’s 38-channel surround sound, 87 high-tech screens, and 180 million pixels let visitors from across the globe witness the German Revolution, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the World Cup victory in 2014 up close. An exhibition adds to the multimedia journey through time and documents the dramatic changes around the Brandenburg Gate. At its center stands a facsimile of the head of Nike, the quadriga’s charioteer and the goddess of victory.
The Brandenburg Gate Museum breathes life into history and shows how the transfer of knowledge can be successfully tied to conversation and emotion. The spatial installation, with its 270° Screen Walls, can also become a location for innovative presentations and events as an “Immersive Showroom.” TRIAD is setting a new standard for immersive storytelling and is establishing an edutainment format that can be transferred to other locations and themes internationally.
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