We created two installations: a 3D film for the royal waiting room and an audio experience for the royal trains. Both installations portray interpretations of historical events as they might have occurred, showing some interesting facts about the experience of train travel for the Dutch royal family.
Standards with VR glasses
Near the entrance of the waiting room, two standards are placed with VR glasses within. Through these VR glasses, a 3D is shown that portrays the royal visit from the King of Denmark to The Netherlands in 1914. The standards were built by the regular exhibition builder of the Railway Museum according to my designs.
I wrote the storyboard for the 3D Film
I wrote the storyboard for the 3D film for the waiting room, telling the story about how the station master makes a little mistake in preparing the room for the royal visitors.
I wrote the script for the audio experience
I also wrote the script for the audio played within the royal train carriages. There are a total of 12 little stories about traveling in the royal train, also from the perspective of the staff. Topics that visitors will come across are train procedures, royal privileges on the train, the types of journeys that were undertaken and the guests that could come on board.