With time travelling digital ghosts, steam-punked submarines, CGI animated fossils and weather balloons projecting the earth’s climate change, the Seaton Jurassic centre is no ordinary visitor attraction.
Cambridge Filmworks goes back in time at Seaton Jurassic
Working with Devon Wildlife Trust, Cambridge Filmworks (which has previously worked on visitor attractions around the world including the Cutty Sark and Luxor Museum in Egypt) has gone back 250 million years in time to bring to life the story of Britain’s World Heritage coast. But this isn’t any ordinary journey – the story is told through a plethora of interactive displays and dramatic multimedia installations.
There are drawers and books to open, buttons to press, knobs to twiddle and an array of immersive digital experiences to be had with a surprise around every corner.
Take a look at this sneak-peak-behind-the-scenes film to see how the team at Cambridge Filmworks brought to life a Time Travelling guide (CBeebies Rebecca Keatley), extinct creatures from the Jurassic era and an underwater world of adventure: http://www.cambridgefilmworks.com/jurassic-coast-goes-digital/
To learn more about the Seaton Jurassic please visit: http://seatonjurassic.org
And to see a preview of Cambridge Filmworks Cutty Sark installations please go to: http://www.cambridgefilmworks.com/ghosts-of-the-cutty-sark/
Cambridge Filmworks is an award winning local film, video and television production company producing a wide range of dynamic content.