3D Projection on Show at Leo Baeck Institute

By Andrew Fenn
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Stolen Heart: The Theft of Jewish Property in Berlin’s Historic Center, 1933–1945 is an installation at New York’s Leo Baeck Institute.

The exhibition, which features a 3D projection-mapped video table controlled by a BrightSign 4K1142 media player, explores the history of Jewish Germans as their homes and businesses were stolen from them by the Nazis during the Third Reich.

Stolen Heart was first unveiled back in March 2016. More recently, the exhibit was a finalist at the Society for Experiential Graphic Design’s Global Design Awards 2017.

Take a look at the 3D projection in action in this video from the designer, C&G Partners.