UPDATE – March 22, 2019 – to read the full announcement pls go here.–
The 2019 UK National Award for Museums + Heritage has shortlisted the new West of Scotland museum in the town of Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute for its prestigious ‘Innovation of The Year’ Award.
The recently opened Scottish Submarine Centre uses state of the art immersive projection and sound in its inaugural presentation of ‘X51 Stickleback’ (a 1952 midget Royal Navy submarine).
The Scottish Submarine Centre opened in November 2017 in Helensburgh just outside Glasgow, in Scotland.
28 NEC PX803UL projectors were installed in a large room projecting on the surrounding walls coated with Screen Goo Max Contrast coatings and the submarine itself also coated with Screen Goo Max Contrast. The ceiling of the exhibit was coated with Screen Goo Ultra Black.
Here are some photos of the installation and below is a video from a local TV channel covering the opening.
>href=”https://www.facebook.com/ScottishSubmarineCentre/videos/1689962561098224/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”> Click here for a video from a local TV channel covering the opening.