08.08.2018 | 5 minutes reading time
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In fact, the museum is often sought after as a film location. On Mondays, when the museum is closed to the public, operations in our research museum naturally continue at full speed behind the scenes. In the case of MAGIX we took advantage of the quiet of the exhibition to concentrate on filming. Among other spaces, we filmed in the dinosaur hall, in the mineral collection and in the evolution hall.
Various types of cameras were used during the shooting. In addition to 360° video cameras (one for video recording, the other for photo documentation), regular camera types were also used, e.g. for recordings of accompanying tutorials. The MAGIX team was in action both in front of and behind the camera.
MAGIX is currently developing virtual reality software programs with
In particular, for this purpose the museum with its spacious exhibition halls offers a suitable backdrop with a high recognition factor. In addition, the museum houses thousands of exhibits, which are enriched with comprehensive didactic information depending on the teaching approach. These are the best conditions for filming, because as one function of the new software programs, 360° shots can be augmented with additional media information.
Collaborations such as this one with MAGIX once again confirm our approach of not limiting the application lab ‘Mediasphere For Nature’ to its services. On the contrary, the entire museum as an organization and location can be seen as an experimental landscape, in which touching is explicitly desired under certain conditions.
In any case, we are already excited about the MAGIX software!