INTERACTING @ FDR PRESIDENTIAL MUSEUM
Location: Hyde Park, NY
AV Integrator: Electrosonic
AV Design Consultant: Romantics Designs
The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum tells the story of the Roosevelt presidency, beginning in the depths of the Great Depression, and continuing through the New Deal and World War II, with an emphasis on both Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt’s relationship with the American people.
The museum recently underwent renovation and now guests can enjoy special interactive, immersive audio-visual exhibits that tell the story
of the Roosevelt presidency. At the exhibit at the Oval Office Desk and FDR's Ford Phaeton, there are ten Primeview interactive touch screens throughout the exhibitions that offer visitors the opportunity to explore digital "flipbooks" that contain all sorts of documents and photographs. The FDR Library is truly bringing a "New Deal to a New Generation".