Illuminarium Museum Provides Interactive Sensory Experience

The first exhibit will be Wild Safari, which will take visitors into the African Savanna through touch, smell and sight,
The first exhibit will be Wild Safari, which will take visitors into the African Savanna through touch, smell and sight,

The Iluminarium Museum in Atlanta provides an interactive sensory experience using technology from SensoryCo. The first exhibit will be Wild Safari, which will take visitors into the African Savanna through touch, smell and sight, according to an article from Connect Savannah detailing the attraction.

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The Illuminarium Museum uses SensoryCo’s SmTX1 scent system to create unique smells for the exhibit. Visitors that stand 20 feet apart from each other will have their own unique experiences.

Illuminarium Museums will next open in Las Vegas and Miami, with plans for additional locations in Dubai and Australia.

CEO Alan Greenburg was quoted in an article from Connect Savannah about the exhibit said, “You will feel the animals as they walk by you through the habit system that is built through our floors, you will smell like Africa because of our scent systems and then you will actually affect the experience.”

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