International Spy Museum
Quatrefoil created a mix of mechanical, audio and computer-based interactive experiences that explore the craft, practice and history of espionage. The experiences were located throughout 20,000 square feet of exhibit space at the Spy Museum and explored topics from disguises and audio surveillance to codes and the Enigma machine. Quatrefoil worked closely with a museum-assembled team of experts and practitioners to develop the content and activities. To ensure that the resulting interactives met educational and experiential goals, Quatrefoil conducted comprehensive prototype testing sessions with key audiences including intelligence community, families and school groups.
Client: International Spy Museum
Location: Washington, DC