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Light Motif

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 - 14:45

The Imperial War Museum is a member of the exclusive Unique Venues of London list, which is a collection of 84 premium London venues, many of whom Light Motif work with regularly. The IWM is the perfect venue for a variety of events and from a technical point of view, allows a huge scope for enriching the look of the event. It is important that the entire event experience has the same high level of detail and quality, which is why the outside of the building is often lit, as well as the inside.

Where possible, new technologies are included within the production packages. In this case live Twitter feeds are provided which are projected onto the walls, allowing guests a level of interactivity with the event that, until recently, has not been possible.