The LWL-Freilichtmuseum Hagen is an open-air museum located in Germany, dedicated to showcasing traditional craftsmanship and old-world techniques.
It features a variety of reconstructed workshops where visitors can witness demonstrations of bygone trades.
It offers a journey into the past, highlighting the progression of industry and technology over the centuries.
To mark the relocation of the Dutch windmill to the top of the museum, the museum has designed an exhibition inside the windmill and asked Mazedia to create an interactive station.
The station offers a variety of multimedia content explaining the history and operation of the windmill.
Among other things, Mazedia produced a tactile digital frieze retracing the mill’s eventful history, as well as an animated film explaining the technology used in the mill to a family audience.
The interactive station meets stringent accessibility requirements, with content available in simplified German, audio description and German sign language.
All the station’s content is managed in Wezit.
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This project has been carried out with the Wezit In Situ solution.
Contents are managed by the Wezit Studio platform.