Nabe Company Creates Washington Experience

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Atlantic Avenue based cinema design company Dennis Earl Moore Productions lent their expertise to a new exhibit at the Donald W. Reynolds Education Center in Mount Vernon, Virginia documenting the life of George Washington.

The company has extensive experience is creating multi-media attractions including Great Platte River Road Archway Monument in Kearney, Nebraska and The Price of Freedom: Americans at War exhibit at the National Museum of American History. 

The Washington exhibit opened in October and utilizes "three dimensional story telling," a concept developed by Moore which he describes as a "seamless integration of design and appropriate technology to create a human connection to a story and its core ideas and present it with curatorial accuracy in a unique public space outside the home."

The most popular attraction at the Reynolds Center, according to DEMP is the Revolutionary War Theater where the story of Washington's most important battles is told inside a state-of-the-art facility using special effects such as "lighting, fog, falling snow and rumbling seats that evoke cannon fire."


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