A blockbuster exhibition charting half a century of The Rolling Stones, described by critics as the greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll band.
To create a multimedia tour of rare and unusual content while the first leg of the show was still being structured by the curators in time for the London opening. This required flexibility, coding, translation and equipment installation in a tight timeframe. The exhibition is large and loud, and filled with immersive moments using audio visual, ambient sound and recreation of spaces. This presented further challenges for the multimedia guide as we needed to work with the space, often in an environment too loud for traditional audio, whilst still giving something of incremental value to the user.
Content was sourced and developed to complement and add rich layers to the immersive experience, with design work reflecting its brand image. Production included laying rare sound archive interviews over band tracks and video, and translations into French, German and Spanish. The tour is provided on exhibition-branded Imagineear MPti™ devices with branded lanyards.
What We Are Proud Of
A visitor experience to match the high production values of this significant exhibition. There is something for everyone on the guide whether your interest lies in guitars or Gaultier, performance or paraphernalia.