National Geographic Museum exhibition, Becoming Jane: The Evolution of Dr. Jane Goodall, has been named an overall winner of the American Alliance of Museums’ 32nd Annual Excellence in Exhibition Competition, one of the highest achievements in the industry.
The AAM competition honors outstanding work executed by museums, zoos, aquariums, and other non-commercial establishments that offer public exhibitions. It receives entries from the world’s top institutions.
Falcon’s Creative Group, the themed entertainment design company behind several media experiences at the exhibition, is celebrating this huge win for the National Geographic Museum and close collaborator, the Jane Goodall Institute. Falcon’s provided original content and unique solutions for a voice-activated interactive, a human-scale hologram, a 3D immersive theater, and more. Falcon’s Vision® headset, a custom augmented reality experience, also made its debut.
Jason Ambler, VP of Falcon’s Digital Media, states, “Through each endeavor with National Geographic Museum, we challenge ourselves to innovate the format and exceed visitor expectations. This award signifies that we achieved our goal.”