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New Dino Hall “Deep Time” Opens at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History by Liz Maurer

The exhibit was five years in the making. The exhibit’s subject matter was 4.6 billion years. The Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History’s newest permanent exhibition the David H. Koch Hall of Fossils – Deep Time opened to the public June 8, 2019. The redesigned 31,000-square-foot fossil hall explores the epic story of how Earth’s distant past is connected to the present and informs humanity’s future. Design and Production Incorporated proved fabrication, installation, and audiovisual integration services.

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Adirondack Experience Museum’s New Immersive Experiences Connect Visitors to the Landscape and History by Liz Maurer

Connections form the core of the Adirondack Experience’s new exhibition galleries. Soundscapes, full-body digital interactives, video and cultural artifacts blend to give visitors a sense of the landscape and the generations of people who experienced the Adirondacks before them. With fabrication and installation by D&P, personal stories connect contemporary visitors to their forebearers.

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