BrightSign brings 3D projecting mapping for Leo Baeck exhibition on Jewish properties during Nazi Germany
BrightSign recently teamed up with C&G Partners and the Leo Baeck Institute in New York City to tell the story of the theft of Jewish homes and businesses during the Third Reich's reign in Berlin. BrightSign provided 3D projection mapping technology for the exhibit called 'Stolen Heart: The Theft of Jewish Property in Berlin's Historic Center, 1933 to 1945."
The exhibit consists of a video table, powered by a BrightSign 4K1142 media player. It displays aerial view of homes and other Jewish properties from 1933 to the present day onto a 3D printed 1:1,500 scale model. The projection will also feature smaller details such as moving vehicles from the time period.
The video table also features the stories of five Jewish families who were targeted by the Nazis.
"We're honored to be a part of this important exhibit, bringing to life a narrative that will help future generations understand this critical point in history," Jeff Hastings, CEO of BrightSign. "I continue to be amazed by the creative applications of our players by partners such as C&G."
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