The Science History Institute in Philadelphia wanted to update their exhibits with interactive tables and a media column to encourage exploration from their guests in an approachable way, and present content that was relevant to visitors' lives. The visual approach for the column and tables is distinct. They share some of the same content but they serve two different purposes for the visitor experience. The column entices and delights the visitor with interesting facts and stunning visuals. The table offers deep dives into fascinating stories behind the objects on display. Read more about Electrosonic's work at the Science History Institute here.
Electrosonic was recently awarded the Commercial Integrator 2019 Best Museum Project for its extensive work...
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