New Titanic Belfast Centre Makes Heavy Use Of Projection Tech

April 13, 2012 by Dave Haynes

The £97 million visitor attraction Titanic Belfast is now open in Northern Ireland, telling the story of the Titanic’s construction in Belfast and its maiden voyage 100 years ago.

The morning show Canada AM has a crew there, and were showing some of the visuals at the museum, which seems to talk on both the shape of the ship’s hull but also reminds me of icebergs. Clever.

It’s clever inside as well. Very famous museums I’ve been to lately left me disappointed by the near absence of technology, but projection in particular is heavily and effectively used on walls, floors and on transparent film. I didn’t have any luck finding much ion the way of tech details, but here’s a video (below) and a link to a BBC virtual tour.

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