The Hunger Games:
The Exhibition
Client: Lionsgate | Agency: The Thinkwell Group

The Hunger Games: The Exhibition debuted in July 2015 at Discovery Times Square in New York City to widespread acclaim and massive fan anticipation. M1 was thrilled to partner with Lionsgate and The Thinkwell Group to contribute multiple screen-based interactive experiences to the exhibit, each one allowing fans a unique exploration of the world and culture of the film franchise and its story. THE HUNGER GAMES: THE EXHIBITION and all associated logos, characters, and elements are © & TM 2015 Lions Gate Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved.

The Hunger Games:
The Exhibition
Client: Lionsgate | Agency: The Thinkwell Group

The Hunger Games: The Exhibition debuted in July 2015 at Discovery Times Square in New York City to widespread acclaim and massive fan anticipation. M1 was thrilled to partner with Lionsgate and The Thinkwell Group to contribute multiple screen-based interactive experiences to the exhibit, each one allowing fans a unique exploration of the world and culture of the film franchise and its story. THE HUNGER GAMES: THE EXHIBITION and all associated logos, characters, and elements are © & TM 2015 Lions Gate Entertainment Inc. All rights reserved.

Interactive Map of Panem

A touch screen map of Panem, the post-apocalyptic setting for The Hunger Games, offers a user-controlled exploration of the nation’s districts, as well as the governing Capitol area. Guests are encouraged to deep-dive into the different environments and identities of the districts and browse profiles of the characters and constituencies of the land.

Gamemaker’s Control Table

Gamemaker’s Control Table is a circular array of touch screen stations designed to allow guests to explore the science and technology that went into the construction of the arena. In-depth analysis of the virtual 3D models for the “muttations”, as well as exclusive behind-the-scenes interviews with the creators give guests a glimpse into the making of The Hunger Games films.

Beetee’s Lab Propaganda

These interactive stations offer visitors an area to really flex their creativity, cutting together their own short propaganda video clip that they can actually be a part of. Guests select themed messages and media clips to build their own “propo” video, while an integrated camera captures the user’s image, inserting it against an iconic backdrop from the films. The final video is ready almost instantly, and guests can see themselves in their own “propo” creation.