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National WWII Museum
Campaigns of Courage Pavilion

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Campaigns of Courage Pavilion

Air War Table

Integrated system of multimedia interactives, RFID, and website that enables personalization of visit and ongoing relationship with museum.

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From the home front to the streets of Berlin and the jungles of Guadalcanal, the new Campaigns of Courage Pavilion at the National WWII Museum invites museum guests on an immersive interactive journey through the most cataclysmic event in human history.

Unified Field created a suite of more than 25 interactives for the new Road to Berlin and Road to Tokyo exhibits including 360-degree cockpit viewers, the Air War multitouch table, interactive kiosks, and the RFID Dog Tag Experience.

The Dog Tag Experience

Campaigns of Courage guests are issued a plastic dog tag with an embedded RFID chip which activates interactive displays throughout the Road to Berlin and Road to Tokyo. The dog tag allows visitors to follow the oral history of a service member at each interactive kiosk. Visitors can also save videos, photos and artifacts to their accounts which can be viewed at home via the Dog Tag Experience website (www.dogtagexperience.org). Within the first year, the museum collected over 750,000 email addresses from Dog Tag users. Exhibition design by Gallagher & Associates.

It’s Your Journey

Using Unified Field’s RFID System, guests can follow a service member, collect videos and digital artifacts.

"The digital dog tags bring home the courage and sacrifice of the war’s participants in a powerful way by connecting visitors to the journey of real servicemen and women. And, after leaving us, guests can go online to continue their exploration and discover even more. It’s history that will follow you home."

--Dr. Gordon “Nick” Muller / President of the National WWII Museum

Stay Connected

Continue the journey online at home using the Dog Tag Experience website. The site contains videos, artifacts, 3D models and pictures unavailable at the museum.

Map the Action

Over 18 interactive animated maps, produced by Unified Field’s script writers and animators, paint the picture of each battle.

Explore the Air War

Gather around to watch four key missions fly below you. Get the big picture, plus uncover behind-the-scenes information.

The Dog Tag RFID experience was developed by Unified Field Interactive Studio.
The Dog Tag RFID experience, developed by Unified Field Interactive Studio, allows guests to follow the video stories of several veterans.
The Dog Tag RFID experience, developed by Unified Field Interactive Studio, allows guests to follow the video stories of several veterans.
The RFID Dog Tag Experience at the National WWII Museum developed at Unified Field Interactive Studio.