Contact: David Rosenblatt, President October 6, 2001
Merrily Miller, VP-Creative (727)298-0079, FAX (727)449-2580
ART AND HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN STEAM ENGINE AND LOCOMOTIVE
Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach
Trains have played an important role in the building of America but they also had an important influence on art as well!
Silver Image Interactive, Inc., a multimedia production company, completed an interactive program for the Museum of Arts and Sciences, Daytona Beach, Florida.
This touchscreen interactive program is located in the Root Wing. The Art and History program features portions of the Chapman Root collection, provides a wonderful look at the development of the steam engine in America and has the visitor actively participating in educational games.
The interactive program is displayed in a colorful kiosk that replicates the orange andsilver Hiawatha passenger car. One of the program's features allows visitors to experience VR as they move train memorbilia for a 360-degree look.
Visit the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach for a hands-on look at this interactive
For more information about this program or about Silver Image Interactive, Inc., contact either David Rosenblatt or Merrily Miller in Clearwater at (727)298-0079.