On the occasion of the 125th anniversary of Philips, Bruns produced the ‘Innovation and you’ experience for the Philips Museum. It provides visitors of any age a spectacular view into the future and shows the importance of modern technology. The new exhibition in the Philips Museum shows how innovations in health and lighting contribute to the improvement of lives of billions of people worldwide.
The highlight of the exhibition are five big interactive projections that respond to individual visitors and let them experience how modern technology has been changing our lives. The projections show five big innovations: big data, sensing, imaging, personalization and connecting.
“The building is eighteen years old now, so it is in dire need of renovation and refurbishment!”, manager Biesboschcentre Dordrecht Henk van Gurp.
Together with design agency Bos & Bos, Bruns has developed and implemented a total new interactive exhibition. The new expo focuses on five major themes: the beaver, the pilot whales, water, birds and plants. “The expo is not really a exhibition, but more of an incentive to go outside. The idea is to experience the Biesbosch”, tells van Gurp.
The exhibition furniture is adapted to five different lines that criss-cross the centre. Visitors pick up information through each line by integrated multimedia in image and sound, presented collection pieces in showcases, drawers, an interactive table and a lot of graphic provided by The Biesboschcentre.
In short, a location where there is much to experience for young and old.