Detroit Science Center
– Detroit, MI
The largest 4D motion EFX theater in the world. This theater is comprised of 167 seats of 3 DOF motion in which MMI provided control, integration, audio/video and of course the X4D motion seats.
Observes Todd Slisher, VP of Science Programs/Detroit Science Center and overall project coordinator: "MediaMation was chosen for the TET project for a variety of reasons -- they were a direct seat manufacturer, and had a reputation for ‘coming in or under budget.’ We were also impressed by the technical expertise MMI exhibited through their work on the state-of-the art EFX theater at the new Lincoln Library in Springfield, IL. Overall, they are wonderful to work with – highly flexible, and willing and able to adjust to changing schedules and requirements. We are very pleased."
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum
– Springfield, Il
Award-winning, most attended Presidential Library & Museum in the country. This museum incorporates the story of our 16th president with state of the art technology using peppers
Tuskegee Airmen Museum
– Tuskegee, AL
Under the auspices of Exhibit Fabrication Company, 1220 Exhibits, MediaMation supplied all audio, video, control and programming for a hi-tech interactive museum “artistically wrapped” into an actual airplane hangar used by the famed WW II Era African American air squadron, The Tuskegee Airmen. The exhibit remains true to circa 1940’s décor and features an actual cockpit (i.e. link trainer) used by the airmen, as well as oral history stations and period-style phones.
Images of Singapore
– Sentosa Island, Singapore
MediaMation supplied state-of-the-art audio, video and show control systems and integration to four different museums/areas of this ambitious project.
World of Coca-Cola Museum
– Atlanta, GA
MediaMation was commissioned by Nassal Company of Orlando to perform programming and show control for several interactive exhibits at the new multi-million dollar “World of Coca Cola Pavilion” in Atlanta, Georgia. The newly expanded attraction, which celebrates the history of one of the world’s most popular beverages, features a 4D Theater, the globe’s largest collection of Coke memorabilia, a pop culture gallery featuring works by Andy Warhol and Steve Penley and a fully functioning
bottling line that produces 8-oz. commemorative bottles of Coca Cola.
MMI utilized their MOE controllers, and Audio Players for several of the exhibits in the high-profile project.
Western Heritage Museum
– Hemet, CA
Working with Design Craftsmen of Michigan, MediaMation was the key technology designer and integrator behind a state-of-the-art 270 degree surround video theater housed in the newly opened Western Heritage Museum. The theater features a sophisticated six-projector Watchout™ Edgeblend system synchronized via MediaMation’s ShowFlow™ software. In addition, MMI supplied a full audio system, as well as lighting, show control, operator interfaces, scheduling and all onsite integration.
Center for Water Education
– Hemet, CA
The Center for Water Education allows visitors to follow the life cycle of water
from clouds to faucet. MediaMation supplied all A/V gear, lighting and show control and video servers as well as interactive elements and equipment installation. The elaborate exhibit spotlights several special effects created by MediaMation, including rear projection of images onto a giant fish tank; a challenging “Pepper’s Ghost” FX that makes it appear an object is floating in the air; an ongoing sound and lightning “Thunder Storm” FX; a magic “Wishing Well” with a plasma screen bottom, a water turbine and other custom effects.
– Redland, WA
MMI provided full system design, all hardware and custom programming of its
8 Channel Vidshow™ Master Controller and show control for several interactive exhibits highlighting Microsoft’s history, progress and future.
Chicago Field Museum
– Cleveland, OH
Technological upgrade to the museum’s popular “Underground Adventure” animontronic exhibit.
Natural Science Museum, Marian Koshland
– Washington, D.C.
MMI Tapped for Software Systems & A/V for the Marian Koshland Science Museum in Washington, D.C.
Museum of Jewish Heritage
– Battery Park, New York, NY
MMI utilized its versatile EYEZUP standalone 1080 HD video player, as
well as provided flat screen monitors, players, handsets and other equipment
in creating an efficient and cost-effective multi-screen synchronized Hi-Def video presentation for the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Battery Park, Manhattan, New York. The Museum details the heritage of the Jewish people in the 20th Century, and is referred to as “A Living Memorial to the Holocaust.”
Centre for Life Science Museum
– Newcastle, England
Programmed 3D, 70 mm, 60 seat motion simulator theater. Upgraded prior control system with versatile ShowFlow™ software.
Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI) Disasterville
– Tampa, FL
Tampa’s MOSI “Disasterville” Attraction is a big success with MediaMation’s sophisticated A/V