SESSION 3: Experiential media – designing for multi-screen visitor experiences

Lol Sargent

Creative Director
Studio Simple
SESSION CHAIR

SESSION 3: Experiential media – designing for multi-screen visitor experiences

Media production and presentation methods have gone through exponential development over the past two decades, greatly expanding the creative possibilities for museum and visitor experience media designers. With the rapid increase in recording and display resolutions, combined with tools such as desktop editing and visual effects, projection mapping, VR and AR, how have the top Creative Directors of experiential media exploited some of these things to realize their ideas, and how would they like to take it further? Speakers will be Professor Peter Higgins (RDI) of Land Design Studio, who has designed a wide range of major award winning experiences including; the UK Pavilion, Expo’05, Aichi, Japan, the Centre of the Cell, and The Famous Grouse Experience; Anthony Pearson of Clay Interactive who specializes in designing interactive media has created work for the Science Museum, Natural History Museum and the UAE Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015; David Bickerstaff of New Angle and Atomictv, who has directed a range of films for the cinema and for museums such as the V&A, Wellcome Collection, Historic Royal Palaces and the British Museum; and Damien Smith of ISO Design, whose diverse work spans TV, Online, Interactive and Video Installation for clients such as Channel 4, Film 4, BBC, St Pauls Cathedral and the British Music Experience.