This 20'x40' island exhibit presentation for ExhibitQuest is a typical example of the core components assembled in a typical proposal. Consisting of both 2-D and 3-D elements, these presentations are meant to communicate the complete story within a short time frame. ExhibitQuest likes to print out large flat boards the client can actually hold for quick reference and to follow that up with a 3-D fly-through animation to complete the explanation process.
When constructing an animation I look to cover the entire exhibit without going to fast or too slow. For this fly-through I chose to start with a wide shot and then zoom into and highlight a kiosk while returning back to the wide shot to complete the segment.
And below here are the actual photos of the exhibit's first show in Florida!