As they step through the huge vault door at the World of Coca-Cola, visitors are transported into a tale about the most famous and mysterious trade secret in history—the secret formula of Coca-Cola.
A grid of 16 screens shows visitors security camera feeds from within the exhibit galleries in real time, along with 3D building animations, real-time affected camera feeds, and secret messages that seem to come from a “ghost in the machine,” and visitor photos taken by two hidden cameras which add their faces to the display.
The International Quilt Study Center and Museum at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is home to the world’s largest collection of quilts.
Above the welcome desks an expansive, dynamic display introduces the activities and daily events awaiting arriving visitors within the Library of Congress.
The Gettysburg National Military Park is one of the most visited national parks in the United States.