Sea City Museum, Southampton, UK.

Development of five exhibits, using a wide range of technologies including touch foils, projections, networked client communication, hardware interfaces

I was contracted to build several exhibits for the newly-opened Sea City museum in Southampton.
The museum takes a fresh look at the vibrant and important maritime history of the city, 
including its role in the Titanic story and uses a multitude of interactive exhibits to deliver its narrative.


I was asked to build five exhibits, ranging in content and technical delivery, from a Morse Code tutorial (using an original Morse Tapper and touch-foil technology), via a keyboard/touchscreen driven kiosk that enabled a user to record their 'Southampton Story' to a dual-projection, multi-user interactive table that networks and synchronises all the users as they use their virtual 'stations' to interact with a dynamic, timeline-driven history of Southampton through the ages.
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