“D-Day”

“D-Day”


FLYING HERITAGE COLLECTION,
BATTLEFRONT THEATER,
EVERETT, WA

Rather than looking toward the storming of the beaches, visitors look skyward in this video, as aircrafts play a starring role in this telling of the famous Allied attack on Hitler’s forces during WWII.

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“The Battle of Kursk”

“The Battle of Kursk”


FLYING HERITAGE COLLECTION,
BATTLEFRONT THEATER,
EVERETT, WA

The struggle between Germany and the Soviet Union takes center stage in this film, where tanks and aircrafts play a role in the outcome of Hitler’s foray into the east in WWII, but where sheer numbers ultimately determine victory.

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“The Battle of the Philippine Sea”

“The Battle of the Philippine Sea”


FLYING HERITAGE COLLECTION,
BATTLEFRONT THEATER,
EVERETT, WA

The little-known story of the Battle of the Philippine Sea provides insight into the Pacific Theater of WWII at a crucial turning point.

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“The Battle of Britain”

“The Battle of Britain”


FLYING HERITAGE COLLECTION,
BATTLEFRONT THEATER,
EVERETT, WA

The Battle of Britain film thrusts visitors into the shoes of World War II pilots to experience the sights, sounds, and emotions of the famous battle from inside the cockpits of various Flying Heritage Collection historic aircraft.

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“Seattle Rocks the World”

“Seattle Rocks the World”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

Grunge may be the most iconic representation of Seattle’s music scene, but in this video, visitors learn that there is a lot more to the Central Puget Sound’s sonic legacy than just Kurt Cobain.

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“Prologue/Epilogue Movie”

“Prologue/Epilogue Movie”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

This film bookends the visitor’s experience of MOHAI’s second floor, introducing main themes and initiating curiosity for visitors arriving and helping draw conclusions and solidify insights for visitors leaving.

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“Hacker Spirit”

“Hacker Spirit”


NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY AND SCIENCE,
ALBUQUERQUE, NM

This video takes the term “hacker” back to its roots in the thriving, brilliant, competitive 1970s community responsible for creating the technological landscape of our world today.

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“IBM Picks Microsoft”

“IBM Picks Microsoft”


LIVING COMPUTER MUSEUM,
SEATTLE, WA

This suspenseful video traces events leading up to young Microsoft’s successful negotiation with “Big Blue,” IBM, the deal that changed Microsoft forever.

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“Who Shapes Our City”

“Who Shapes Our City”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

Who Shapes Our City is a living map of the demographic genome that makes up the diverse human tapestry of Seattle.

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“On Stage”

“On Stage”


EMP,
SEATTLE, WA

On Stage is a real-time live concert experience where any visitor can be a rock star.

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“Your Space”

“Your Space”


NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY AND SCIENCE,
ALBUQUERQUE, NM

Visitors share their projections of the future of technology by answering a technological, often value-based, question of the day and by expressing their opinions about the role of computing in their lives.

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“Rise of the Machines”

“Rise of the Machines”


NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY AND SCIENCE,
ALBUQUERQUE, NM

Machines come to life and try to convince the audience why they are each the superior computer, a playful nod to the competitive computer culture of the 1970s and ‘80s.

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“Profiling the Enemy: The Canwell Hearings”

“Profiling the Enemy: The Canwell Hearings”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

A role-playing game pits visitors against another as they reenact the pressure-cooker interrogation experience of the Canwell Committee Hearings of 1948.

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“The Great Seattle Fire”

“The Great Seattle Fire”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

Artifact witnesses draw visitors into the high drama of the Great Seattle Fire’s rapid devastation and the city’s spirited recovery by telling the tale of what they saw in 1889—all through original song.

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“The Fifth Star Challenge”

“The Fifth Star Challenge”


CHICAGO HISTORY MUSEUM,
CHICAGO, IL

In July of 2015, The Chicago History Museum debuted a display in their newly opened Guild Gallery on the meaning of the city's flag and a touch-screen interactive exhibit called The Fifth Star Challenge, designed by WEATHERHEAD.

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“Sub-Saharan Teaching Interactive”

“Sub-Saharan Teaching Interactive”


THE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART,
CLEVELAND, OH

The Sub-Saharan Teaching Interactive allows visitors to step into the world of the Ejagham culture and meaningfully navigate the information that they find there.

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“Pizza Run: A Slice of Programming”

“Pizza Run: A Slice of Programming”


NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY AND SCIENCE,
ALBUQUERQUE, NM

Computer programming concepts meet computer programmer lifestyles in this fun introduction to the basics of writing code.

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“Take the Case: Chain of Evidence”

“Take the Case: Chain of Evidence”


NATIONAL LAW ENFORCEMENT MUSEUM,
WASHINGTON, DC

A classic case of “Whodunit?” with an educational twist: A web-based game introduces players to the fundamentals of forensic science and detective work by challenging them to solve the case of stolen paintings.

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“The Point Elliot Treaty of 1855”

“The Point Elliot Treaty of 1855”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

The Point Elliot Treaty of 1855 presents a vast web of conflicting needs, wants, and realities that illuminate how the terms of the treaty affected the sociopolitical landscape of the Central Puget Sound.

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“Strike it Rich”

“Strike it Rich”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

The visitor gambles his or her future for the opportunity to make a fortune, much like the prospectors of the Klondike gold rush, by pulling on a one-armed bandit slot machine.

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“Northwest Industry Innovators Game”

“Northwest Industry Innovators Game”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

Visitors put themselves in the mindset of famous Central Puget Sound entrepreneurs and choose the resources they would need to become Seattle’s next startup success.

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“Chinook Jargon”

“Chinook Jargon”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

Visitors learn how and why the Chinook Jargon was created while attempting to make their way down the river. Only successfully pronunciation of Chinook words will secure visitors’ passage to the important trading site.

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“Hammering Out History”

“Hammering Out History”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

Visitors pick up a mallet and get to work hammering railroad spikes in order to help the citizens of the Washington Territory connect to the rest of the nation and achieve statehood.

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“Polling Touch Table”

“Polling Touch Table”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

The Polling Touch Table brings the action from all over the museum into one location in the Grand Atrium, providing a snapshot of what visitors throughout the space are doing and saying.

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“Catch the Rumrunners”

“Catch the Rumrunners”


NATIONAL CONSTITUTION CENTER,
PHILADELPHIA, PA

Visitors take the helm as an officer aboard a Coast Guard vessel as part of the National Constitution Center’s traveling exhibit American Spirits: the Rise and Fall of Prohibition.

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“Microsoft in Moments”

“Microsoft in Moments”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

No wall labels here! A multimedia touchscreen experience delivers the interpretation in this gallery telling the story of Microsoft from Bill Gates and Paul Allen’s childhood to the present.

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“Personal Stories”

“Personal Stories”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

Personal Stories invites visitors to explore first-person, audio-visual oral histories of key historical figures from Central Puget Sound as if they were old friends swapping anecdotes over a cup of coffee.

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“Play Blues Guitar”

“Play Blues Guitar”


CHICAGO HISTORY MUSEUM,
CHICAGO, IL

Play a blues riff, provide a steady rhythm part, or just go wild on blues lead guitar. In this guitar interactive, visitors get a hands-on chance to experience the Chicago blues.

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“Mix Well”

“Mix Well”


CHICAGO HISTORY MUSEUM,
CHICAGO, IL

Visitors mix a ‘60s era recording. They play the role of a producer aspiring to make a hit with their choice of how to blend the tracks and shape unique Chicago blues instruments and vocals.

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“Our Neighborhoods”

“Our Neighborhoods”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

Visitors take a personal look at Seattle’s unique neighborhoods, reading about them from the point of view of other visitors and adding their own experiences and opinions to an ever-growing crowd-sourced database of place expertise.

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“Become a Mosquito Fleet Ferry Captain”

“Become a Mosquito Fleet Ferry Captain”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

Visitors take a personal look at Seattle’s unique neighborhoods, reading about them from the point of view of other visitors and adding their own experiences and opinions to an ever-growing crowd-sourced database of place expertise.

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“Make Your Own Album Cover”

“Make Your Own Album Cover”


CHICAGO HISTORY MUSEUM,
CHICAGO, IL

Visitors take a self-portrait, pick a blues moniker like Catfish Gary Johnson, or Mississippi Marcia, then they choose backgrounds based on photos featured in the exhibition. They can email their masterpiece to themselves or friends.

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“Allen Place Discovery Center”

“Allen Place Discovery Center”


ALLEN RENAISSANCE,
TACOMA, WA

Experimentation and creativity go hand in hand at this vibrant new performing arts and invention center where friends and strangers come together to make something fresh.

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“John Wesley’s House & Museum of Methodism”

“John Wesley’s House & Museum of Methodism”


MUSEUM OF METHODISM,
LONDON, UK

Experience the original spark that inspired John Wesley: the story of a warmed heart, a clear mind, a firm will, and a global family.

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“Sound Lab”

“Sound Lab”


EXPERIENCE MUSIC PROJECT,
SEATTLE, WA

Musicians of all levels jump into playing their favorite rock-and-roll jams on actual instruments by choosing lessons that appeal to them from a catalog of 128 unique musical learning activities.

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“Startup: Albuqueque and the Personal Computer Revolution”

“Startup: Albuqueque and the Personal Computer Revolution”


NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY AND SCIENCE,
ALBUQUERQUE, NM

STARTUP humanizes and enlivens Albuquerque's part in the story of the personal computer, capturing the excitement, competitiveness, and community that came together to revolutionize our everyday lives.

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“Master Plan – Fort Nisqually Living History Museum The Metropolitan Parks District”

“Master Plan – Fort Nisqually Living History Museum The Metropolitan Parks District”


FORT NISQUALLY LIVING HISTORY MUSEUM,
TACOMA, WA

Over the next 20 years, visitors will encounter new and exciting changes to Fort Nisqually Living History museum as a result of this 20-year capital improvement plan.

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“Alice in Chains”

“Alice in Chains”


THE CROCODILE,
SEATTLE, WA

Fans got a chance to experience the rich story of the band Alice in Chains in this retrospective pop-up exhibit at the Crocodile Café.

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“The Legends of Smith Tower”

“The Legends of Smith Tower”


SMITH TOWER,
SEATTLE, WA

Visitors go back in time to the 1920s just after the Seattle icon, Smith Tower, was built. They take on the role of an original tenant and find out their fate as they move through the Prohibition era interactive exhibition all the way up to the observatory.

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“Museum of History and Industry”

“Museum of History and Industry”


MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY,
SEATTLE, WA

The Museum of History and Industry appealed to us to help them revitalize how visitors experience Seattle’s history by approaching the topics they had displayed for years in new and surprising ways.

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“Living Computer Museum”

“Living Computer Museum”


LIVING COMPUTER MUSEUM,
SEATTLE, WA

While LCM’s computers were already fully functional, WEATHERHEAD brought them and the powerful personalities behind their creation to life.

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“Seattle Children’s Research Institute”

“Seattle Children’s Research Institute”


DISCOVERY PORTAL,
SEATTLE, WA

Seattle Children's Research Institute’s Discovery Portal is a visitor center where our community can learn about the work underway to develop lifesaving cures, accelerate clinical advances and address health issues affecting children and families around the world.

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