The Museum of Natural History

The Museum für Naturkunde on Invalidenstraße is one of the oldest museums in Berlin. On 6,600 square meters, it presents rare and valuable objects that document the development of life and the diversity of nature.

In 2019, the Museum für Naturkunde was part of the FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS for the first time. Together with the Berliner Sparkasse, Zander & Partner presented an impressive four-minute 3D video mapping show that brought the museum to life on all ten festival nights. The main star of the show was Tristan Otto, a massive Tyrannosaurus Rex that had been on loan at the museum since late 2015.

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5. May 2020


Projection and Video-Mapping