Videos and audio guides enliven an exhibit about one of Chicago’s most important creations.
The History of New Mexico is a lively 300-page digital textbook, with over 1,000 images, 50 video interviews, 24 web videos, 20 animated maps, 42 historical maps, over 200 weblinks, and a 650-word interactive glossary.
Multiple fun videosand animated signs enliven a new Aquarium pre-show.
Inspirational video leads the way, providing a segue between the somber halls of the Holocaust Museum and its bright and colorful children’s exhibit.
Trillium Productions has produced over 170 short videos for Discovery Ed’s groundbreaking streaming digital Techbooks for math and science, across a number of grades.
This thought-provoking documentary looks at a growing global controversy: what has precedence, free speech or freedom of religion?
Our insightful, award-winning videos form the sweeping centerpiece of a groundbreaking exhibit.
Trillium Productions produced four videos for the Chicago History Museum’s Catholic Chicago exhibit. Catholic Chicago explores the influence of Catholicism on the city’s ever-changing urban landscape.
This video encourages visitors to become part of the arboretum through volunteering and training to become stewards.
Five lively and energetic videos all in Puerto Rican Spanish, make up the set produced for the new insect and butterfly houses at the Zoo in Mayagüez PR.