As the world is in quarantine and social distancing required, museums across the globe are opening virtually. GSM Project team shares four projects to discover online in order to cultivate your curiosity, while staying safe at home.
Dubai’s 360° overview
From 2010 to 2018, GSM Project delivered three experiences for the Burj Khalifa in Dubai from the reception desk to the Observatory on the 125th floor. Contemplate the breathtaking view from the heights of the tallest tower in the world - and be aware of vertigo!
Virtual walk in Valcourt
Take a walk at the J.Armand Bombardier Museum of Ingenuity in Valcourt (Quebec) with the 360 virtual tour of the new exhibition spaces open to the public in 2016. You can also delve into the design inspiration for the project.
In the permanent galleries of Gatineau
Explore the corridors of the Canadian Museum of History with a virtual site visit. From 2013 to 2017, GSM Project was mandated to rethink the iconic exhibit on the history of Canada.
Reflect on human dignity with a guided tour
Take a 25-minute video tour of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg (Manitoba). GSM Project worked on the introduction zone of the permanent exhibition, producing an immersive multimedia experience and a series of video capsules.
Treasures of permanent collections
Interested to visit more museums virtually? Check the collection from over 2000 world leading museums, from Pointe-à-Callière in Montreal, to the National Gallery Singapore and the Anchorage Museum in Alaska.
Let's discuss tomorrow’s visitor experiences!
From Singapore to Montreal, stopping by Dubai, our development team is working remotely, but staying available and active for our clients and partners. Contact us to discuss and design the exhibitions and visitor attractions of tomorrow - we are full of new ideas: firstname.lastname@example.org.