Frost Museum of Science

The Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is a leading science museum in Downtown Miami. For the opening of the museum, Cortina Productions designed and produced two interactive experiences and an original film for the Living Core exhibit. These experiences are highlighted by "Fisheries Collapse," a multi-user interactive game that invites guests to take the wheel of a commercial fishing vessel in the Caribbean Sea and challenges them to fish sustainably. Other experiences include a species ID system located throughout the gallery that enables visitors to identify and learn information on the species they encounter and an originally illustrated animation that takes visitors back to prehistoric times to learn how the fossil of an ancient fish, the Xiphactinus, was found in Kansas in 1925.

TEAM
Fabrication by Design & Production

Project Highlights

1 Film
2 Interactives