The International Spy Museum
Living Like Spies
Fastspot created two interactive exhibitions for the Spy Museum, to allow museum visitors to get an enhanced experience through the use of technology and design. Visitors can immerse themselves in engaging and educational experiences that allow them to get a first hand account of what life was like for a spy.
Breaking the Unbreakable
Bringing Enigma To Life - Learning enemy secrets was vital as Britain battled for survival in 1939. British intelligence gathered an eclectic array of mathematicians, linguists, artists, and thinkers at Bletchley Park. Their assignment was simple: break Germany's codes. But with the Nazi's Enigma machine capable of 150,000,000,000,000,000,000 combinations, this task was dauntingly complex.
This interactive experience allows users to train "in the field" using techniques commonly taught to recruits so they might recognize threats.