Aperture Films created all the media for a new exhibit at the National Air & Space Museum in Washington, D.C. – the first new installation in close to twenty years at this iconic museum that welcomes over 10 million visitors a year. For this exhibit Aperture crafted an interactive five-screen portrait gallery that brings to life historic paintings of navigators who interact with the audience while teaching them about the history of navigation. In addition to this multi-screen show, our team produced a documentary about deep space navigation filmed at Jet Propulsion Laboratories, as well as several other audio-visual media pieces.

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