Step aboard the aircraft carrier USS Smithsonian, CVM-76. Cross the quarterdeck and view the cavernous gray interior of the hangar deck; this is the storage and repair area for some of the worlds most sophisticated airplanes.
Now climb up to Pri-Fly, primary flight control. Through its windows you can see and hear aircraft swooping in over the fantail to an arrested landing below. Stepping onto the bridge, an impressive panorama stretches out below. A powerful catapult on the bow launches fighters out over the azure seas.
But theres no danger of seasickness on this tour of duty. Your surroundings are the result of Alcorn McBride Digital Video Machine HDs, projecting seamless high-definition video loops outside the carrier's windows.
The Smithsonian Institute contracted this production at its National Air and Space Museum to Henninger, Inc. who selected Alcorn McBrides DVM/HD for its high-resolution, maintenance-free operation.