Tagbin designed Pradhanmantri Sangrahalaya


April 21, 2022 5:02 p.m. STI

New Delhi [India]April 21 (ANI/PNN): The Prime Ministers Museum at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library in Tagbin is a marvelous presentation of the journey that India has undertaken, through the lens of various prime ministers throughout the ages.
The Tagbin team, made up of designers, project management consultants and technology consultants, has designed an exhibition on the cutting edge of the achievements of prime ministers over the past 75 years.
The museum is the perfect fusion of history and art, with immersive digital technology bringing the words and lives of Prime Ministers to life. On April 14, 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with Team Tagbin, unveiled the museum for the masses to witness a new era of pageantry.
75 years of history in 7h30
The museum is home to 7.5 hours of immersive content and is a detailed presentation of each prime minister’s vision for the country. Revisiting the past is great for peeking into the future and learning how the nation was shaped by the country’s past rulers.
The entire museum is a sight to behold – with an entrance adorned with a 3D-printed national emblem spinning through the air. Adding to the appeal is a moving art installation of multiple kinetic LED lights suspended from the ceiling. It immerses the viewer in a kaleidoscope of motifs from wonderful Tiranga and sets the tone for the rest of the visit, and leads people to the exhibits.
The museum is an immersive and accessible sensory experience as well. Each guest can choose their portable audio device and select their preferred language; making it a true 360-degree experience that consists of clever voiceovers, impressive visuals, and cutting-edge technology.
The audio guide is not only inclusive, it is also one of the most advanced audio guides made by the best technologist in the country. Audio automatically syncs with exhibits and helps people navigate the vast expanse of the museum with indoor navigation.
Tagbin paid attention to micro details. An IoT connected via MMS helps control exhibits, update content, and send health statuses and updates to take the utmost care of the visitor.

The reception is adorned with a levitating image of the national emblem while the Sangrahalaya logo shows several hands holding the dharma chakra – symbolizing the nation and democracy.
A time machine has been set up to take people back in time to help them relive the words of each prime minister. From Prime Minister Nehru’s groundbreaking speech (“Tryst with Destiny”) to a room dedicated to understanding the making of the constitution, the museum has it all.
The museum reconnects the past by showcasing the in-depth life of each prime minister so far and reconciles it with the future by displaying policies and changes for the benefit of every citizen.
A team of tech professionals, a journey out of time
This isn’t Tagbin’s first date with museums based on immersive technology, but it’s one of his most ambitious projects. The company has launched a new standard for holographic displays in the country. It has built a reputation as an “experiential company that provides end-to-end experiential technology solutions to transform spaces into digital and interactive ones”.
The team is made up of the best technicians who also describe themselves as history buffs. They were inspired by the footprint of each prime minister in the country over the past 75 years. The mark that each prime minister has left on the country has changed the course of the country, and the fact that they all come from diverse backgrounds is an inspiration that took shape when the museum was built.
The Prime Ministers Museum is located on Teen Murti Marg, New Delhi, 110011. It is open to the public in the summer from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Accessibility for all has been ensured. Ramps and free wheelchair access are available at all times in Buildings I and II. All elevators in the building can accommodate both manual and motorized wheelchairs.
Tagbin’s CEO and design and technology consultant for this Sangrahalaya, Saurav Bhaik, said: “This is a one-of-a-kind museum, with the most advanced audio guide system that acts as a personal tour guide. during the trip. Visitors receive headphones and earphones in the As the visitor walks, this multilingual audio guide automatically syncs with the exhibits and helps navigate the museum. Visitors can even customize their visit by according to their time and convenience.
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