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Queensland Museum is nestled in the heart of Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct. As the state’s hub of natural history, cultural heritage and science, the museum is dedicated to educating visitors about Queensland’s rich history through a range of exhibitions and interactive experiences.
The museum’s newest gallery, Wild State, is fast-becoming one of the most popular sections of the museum. The dynamic display celebrates Queensland’s unique position as one of the most biologically diverse places on earth by recreating five natural habitats through a range of specimens, photographs and interactive audio-visual experiences.
View video on this case study about Queensland Museum and their partnership with Hitachi Australia’s Digital Presentation Solutions (3min, 19s).
From the arid outback to the sun-drenched coastline, eucalypt forests, lush rainforests and magical marine environments, Wild State is a captivating exhibition designed to show the fragile nature of Queensland’s biodiversity and the importance of conservation.
The gallery was a labour of love for Queensland Museum and their scientists, who went to extraordinary lengths to recreate the sights and sounds of each Queensland habitat on display.
Hitachi helped to bring the Wild State gallery to life by providing six projection solutions capable of creating a seamless image and operating for approximately 20,000 hours maintenance-free.
Through Hitachi’s advanced projection technology plays a critical role in bringing the interactive content to life by delivering crystal clear image reproduction within the confines of the gallery.
On the next page, we will explain how Queensland Museum plan to educate visitors about Queensland’s rich history through a range of exhibitions and interactive experiences.