Tag: exhibit


DEA Museum Exhibit

In 2002, Redmon worked with the DEA Museum to develop an interactive traveling exhibit “Target America” detailing how the domestic and international drug trade funds terrorism. In 2015, this exhibit was expanded and enhanced as “Drugs: Costs & Consequences”. This exhibition has traveled to 16 cities and has been viewed by more than 22 million visitors. Continue Reading >

NASA Langley Research Center

NASA Langley Research Center “Centennial” mobile exhibit travels across the United States to commemorate the centennial of the facility. In addition, to inspire audiences about its past 100 years of accomplishments. Partnered with Capitol Exhibits, Redmon integrated audio and visual components throughout the exhibit space. These components tell the story of NASA Langley Research Center's key role in developing space technologies. Continue Reading >

North Carolina Regional History Center

At the North Carolina Regional History Center at Tryon Palace in New Bern NC, Redmon was responsible for fully populating a brand-new multi-faceted history museum and interactive experience environment. This entails incorporating over thirty unique interactive experiences (many of which are multiplayer and have significant hands-on components). Continue Reading >

Iowa Department of Natural Resources

Redmon designed and developed these games for Iowa DNR to allow staff to update and change content so they could vary the game experience at the three stations. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) sought to renovate A/V exhibits of their mobile education exhibit. They use the mobile trailer to travel to schools and fairgrounds in Iowa to help promote natural resource stewardship. Continue Reading >

Rise Up

Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement,” is an exhibit at the Newseum. This exhibit explores the modern gay rights movement in the United States and the ongoing fight for LGBTQ civil rights. In addition, partnered with The Design Minds, Redmon produced three touchscreen interactives integrated into the exhibit. These interactives showcase content that prompts visitors to answer multiple choice questions. Continue Reading >

Louisiana Basketball History

Redmon, partnering with Explus Inc., created custom animation, graphics, video production for an interactive video player, as part of an exhibit at the Smoothie King Center, home of the New Orleans Pelicans. The touch-screen display configured and installed by Redmon in a dynamic display on Louisiana basketball history. Visitors can view historical action footage and learn more about some of Louisiana's best basketball players. Continue Reading >

Naked Mole-Rats

Redmon Group developed a turnkey presentation solution for the naked mole-rats exhibit. This exhibit is located in the Small Mammal House at Smithsonian National Zoological Park. The solution uses a universal RFID reader placed around a tube, which read micro-chipped mole-rats running through their habitat. Continue Reading >