San Antonio, TX
Services ProvidedDigital Media
If it happened across Texas land, water, or sky, you can experience it at the redesigned Witte Museum. We reimagined the 174,000-square-foot exhibit spaces, blending the museum’s vast natural history collection with interactive media and theatrical films to immerse visitors in the state’s natural, scientific, and cultural history. We used cutting-edge technology and unique storytelling methods to enhance the visitor experience, providing them with a hands-on interactives to explore prehistoric history and early human life.
The Dinosaur Spinners bring prehistoric skeletons to life. Below dinosaurs’ imposing fossils, visitors can engage with animated 3-D digital dinos in their natural habitats to better understand the giants that once walked the Earth.
Through vivid projections, visitors are transported to five Texas rock art sites, where they can explore the visual details of the distinct drawings and learn about their meaning—all before the artwork at full scale.
In the Dinosaur Lab, visitors can go on their own digital dig to learn about the paleontological sites, tools, and methods to help uncover prehistoric fossils.
As visitors walk through the Texas Wild Gallery dioramas, under a dome projection that brings the local desert sky to life, they can explore the eight regions of Texas from multimedia touchscreen interactives, featuring in-depth original videos, content, and interviews with museum experts.