Money in Motion is dedicated to the story of money and
central banking in the United States. The permanent exhibit
occupies 4,500 square feet on the ground floor of the Federal
Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
The installation was done by VideoSonic Systems of New York City,
and uses Alcorn McBride DVM2s and IO64s.
"Money in Motion" employs the latest in interactive and
presentation technology intended to make the visitor's experience
entertaining while offering rich story content in its examination
of the evolution of money and central banking in the United
The exhibit's 16 different stations offer artifacts ranging from
wampum, the original colonial money, to a $100,000 bill, which was
only produced in 1934. Another exhibit explains how the Federal
Reserve makes economic policy.
At the exit from the exhibit each visitor gets $100...
...of shredded money.