We realized all media exhibits for the training and congress center at the DVAG headquarters in Marburg. The “Finances” exhibition is a playful arrangement of media installations. Developed in cooperation with bogner.knoll and harry vetter team, the room-integrated exhibits give an enjoyable impression of DVAG products.
The “Products” table employs a series of small wheels, which visitors can turn to inform themselves about the wide range of DVAG products.
Particle-swarm-like light-effects “glide” around the surface of the table when it is not used. One of the small wheels glows from time to time to draw visitors’ attention and short questions appear on the surface of the table to maintain their curiosity.
At the “Magic Triangle”, visitors play a game to learn more about the asset planning that best suits their needs and life-goals. Questions are projected onto a wall, while the possible answers are projected onto the floor and can be chosen by a touch of the foot. A self-assessment is made and follow-up questions are posed to compare the self-assessment with.
Be sporty and try our exercise bike. The ride on the bike is a metaphorical journey through life with all its ups and downs. All important life-decisions, such as job, career planning, and family are represented by intersections where the biker can choose their way with the bicycle handle-bars. The choices the biker makes have a direct impact on their journey and the difficulty of the ride. Try it out, enjoy, and learn!
“Foresight Memory” is a multi-touch wall which explains the asset planning strategies of different cultures in the form of an interactive game for one or more visitors. Small pictures drift in the rear projection of the multi-touch wall and wait to be placed near their counterparts by the visitors.
For the “Well-Being” area we created an iPad holder and an e-book about well-being and its social and economic implications in a national and international context.
Visitors can check their knowledge about asset and financial planning at the “Quiz” station in a challenging game together with others.
MESO’s great creativity always surprises and captivates me. You will be in good hands, if you, like us, value innovative and technologically fascinating solutions for real-world scenarios, as shown in our corporate exhibit in Marburg. What is also important for us, is that we work with a consistently open and engaging team, with whom our teamwork cooperation is enjoyable as well.
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