MUSEHUM – Museum of Communications and Humanities
When it opened in 1981, it was the Telephone Museum. 26 years later, it became the Telecommunications Museum. Now, 13 years after the institution of Rio de Janeiro defined the impact of mobile mobility and telecommunications, the Museum has been upgraded and becomes The Museum of Communications and Humanities using modern technologies, including VR and IoT, to offer an interactive journey through the past, present and future of communication.
The creative studio Cactus invited Reino to create the experience journey and the interfaces that take visitors to all points of interaction in the Museum.
A collection of over 400 items ranging from candlestick phones to vintage phones. Visitors are invited to go through the evolution of communication in texts, images, audio, or videos on a touch screen interface.
Immersive environment: Who am I on social networks and real Networks?
From an interface that defines the number of people and their team on social networks, visitors can enter this infinite mirrored room and have a visual and sound experience of the power of social networks integrated into their group of people.
Welcome interface transforms your photo and your journey through thousands of matches into a 3D image.