The Norwegian Olympic Museum

Showcasing moments from the two Winter Olympic Games in Oslo 1952 and Lillehammer 1994, The Norwegian Olympic Museum celebrates the country’s athletic spirit.

With a large-scale projection-mapped ski slope taking centre stage in the visitor journey, Centre Screen has brought history to life through our film and interactive displays. The gallery and exhibit design was inspired by the aurora – with blue and green iridescent shards to complement the content on display.

The complex shape of the ski slope exhibit meant we had to be sympathetic to the gallery space. Our team built a digital 3D model as a reference to map the footage and graphical elements that tell the story of the Olympics in Norway.

Other exhibits include an interactive newspaper projection, while a large format touchscreen gives detailed information and imagery on Norway’s various Olympic venues. A large scale AV wall display – The Ancient Games – showcases 2D animations for the various events, set on the backdrop of an Olympic vase.

Centre Screen’s overall involvement in this dual-language experience was paramount and one that was enjoyed by H.M. Queen of Norway on the opening night!