8-METER INTERACTIVE TOUCH WALL
SenMedia is pleased to design and develop the interactive wall as the last station of the exhibition. The 8-meter wall with two 4K projectors displays the 100 objects in a dynamic scene. By touching on the projections of the exhibits, dazzling animations would appear to indicate the time and space of the objects with a timeline marking different dynasties of China. The large-scaled interactive wall marks a perfect end of visitor experience.
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: A History of the World in 100 Objects from the British Museum
The exhibition originated from a popular radio programme of the BBC with the British Museum, telling the story of human civilisation using 100 objects selected from the encyclopedic collections of the British Museum. Unlike traditional narratives that focus on selected periods or cultural zones, this exhibition reviews the common stories of human development in a new perspective. Tracing human activity from 2 million years ago to the present, the stories behind the objects reveal how mankind in various areas and cultures shared similar aspirations and development in aspects of power, belief, art, trading and technology. Through this broadened vision, visitors may gain new inspiration about the world we live.
Exhibits are selected from various geographical areas, showing man-made objects, not only exquisite art pieces, but a larger proportion being daily utensils and implements, currency, scientific instruments and ritual items that have been used. Highlights include the first human stone tool from Africa, the evidence of first city from Iraq’s The Standard of Ur, Fifty Manillas involved in the slave trade, Ship’s Chronometer from HMS Beagle of Darwin’s world voyage, Japanese artist Hokusai’s famous woodblock print Under the Wave off Kanagawa from the series “36 Views of Mt Fuji”, and the issue of LGBT rights conveyed in the work of David Hockney, a famous contemporary artist. Each object tells a story that invites you to travel in time and to a curious corner of the world.
(Source from Hong Kong Heritage Museum)