INVISIBLE WORLDS

AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY I NYC (USA) | Work in progress

The „American Museum of Natural History“ in New York has selected Berlin-based TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE and Seville-based BMA Boris Micka Associates to design the Immersive Invisible Worlds Theater.

More than a traditional theater, the 9,520-square-foot Invisible Worlds immersive venue will be a space in which human perceptions of time and scale will be suspended. Nothing will be too small, too fast, too slow, too distant, or too long ago to be encountered in the realm of modern science.

Today, scientists use technologies such as computed tomography (CT) scanners and scanning electron microscopes, computer models and simulations, and high-resolution and high-speed cameras to observe, measure, and reproduce invisible worlds every day.

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The „American Museum of Natural History“ in New York has selected Berlin-based TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE and Seville-based BMA Boris Micka Associates to design the Immersive Invisible Worlds Theater.

More than a traditional theater, the 9,520-square-foot Invisible Worlds immersive venue will be a space in which human perceptions of time and scale will be suspended. Nothing will be too small, too fast, too slow, too distant, or too long ago to be encountered in the realm of modern science.

Today, scientists use technologies such as computed tomography (CT) scanners and scanning electron microscopes, computer models and simulations, and high-resolution and high-speed cameras to observe, measure, and reproduce invisible worlds every day.

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Credits

CLIENT
American Museum of Natural History

 

PARTNER
BMA Boris Mika Associates

 

TASK TMS
Creative Direction, Concept, Design, Script, Storyboard

 

IMAGES
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