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Multimedia Dialog for the Nobel Museum

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Ideas Changing the World
 is a traveling exhibition from the Nobel Museum. It premiered in São Paulo, Brazil and is now on a world tour, with units currently in South America and Europe.

The exhibition takes as its starting point the phrase in the last will of Alfred Nobel that states that the Nobel Prize should be awarded to those who “have conferred the greatest benefit on mankind.” Consisting of 5 pavilions, the exhibit highlights how Nobel Prize-awarded efforts have shaped and continue to change our world.

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aMuze! Interactive was chosen to produce the content and deliver the technology for the pavilion entitled The Nobel Prize and the Future. The pavilion addresses the question of how Nobel Prize-awarded discoveries may affect the future and of what future Nobel Prizes may involve.

Based on our
DialogSystem, the pavilion features a 5-screen multi-image program which presents possible scenarios within each of the Nobel Prize categories.

Visitors can vote on what they see as the best way towards a better future. They can compare their votes with how visitors from different cities on the tour have voted.