As you first enter the Boston Tea Party Museum, you come upon a wharf. Suddenly, right in front of you, two colonial women appear, seemingly out of nowhere, engaged in an emotionally charged conversation. They are real; or are they?
For a moment, the unreal seems real and then, as if by magic, you cease to be a 21st century observer. You are there, in the moment, on a wharf in colonial Boston, an eavesdropping neighbor thrust in the middle of an argument – passionate, intense. How is this possible?
Think of it as 3D without the glasses. Through illusion, the brain is tricked. The experience of being there, caught up in the moment, is achieved through an innovative holographic technology, the patented Musion Eyeliner Foil System, from London-based Musion Systems. Through the invisible technology of Musion, each visitor becomes part of the experience, and is left to think, to wonder, to feel.