Muséum d'histoire naturelle de Stuttgart
Naturdetektive, the major exhibition of the Stuttgart Natural History Museum in 2016, invites young visitors (5 to 12 years old) to investigate with their families: four horrific crimes have been committed in nature, and the task is to find the culprits! Armed with their detective notebook, the young investigators will find their way from one station to another: the “Monster-Maschine”, the “Schrei-Detektor” to detect bat calls, the small scientific laboratory… The exhibition also invites them to discover the fauna and flora of Baden-Württemberg, thanks to an immersive and interactive 270° device, which reconstructs in video a Black Forest landscape over the course of one day.
Museum Manufactory acted as coordinator and project manager for this project. In addition, our team was in charge of designing and producing all the multimedia devices and the playful and interactive experiences that allow the clues to be collected in order to solve the enigma, which is revealed at the end by an animated film. We also imagined the 270° immersive and interactive device, equipped with sensors that reveal spectacular images of natural phenomena generally invisible to human eyes: the metamorphosis of a butterfly, the feast of a bat or underwater life…