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100 years of geological mapping.

For a century we have been systematically mapping the soil in the Netherlands. But how do you present all this research, all these techniques and all these results in one presentation? With a Prezi of course! Please let us guide you through 100 years of Dutch geology in this multimedia presentation case for TNO.

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100 years in 1 Prezi.

The Dutch Geology Service is celebrating its 100 years with an anniversary event. For this event, they were looking for various presentation techniques to support speakers and visitors visually on this special day. The former needed to work on video, on a big screen presentation, and on a touch screen.


An interactive Prezi.

We chose Prezi to visualize the timeline, using an interactive tool (you were able to touch certain elements for more information) and an animated video during the event. With the viewers we deepdived into the various layers of earth below us. We travelled in time throughout the important geological periods displaying the timeframe through image and text. In this voyage through time we also exposed the techniques of the period and showed maps from the era. In addition to the presentation we also developed a logo animation, video bumpers and a matching PowerPoint template to connect all the stories of the day.

During the event we didn’t just stop at the past, a new map of the Dutch soil was also revealed. This was the fourth map which to ever have been made, which made it a special moment. We made a video to hightlight this extraordinary momente especially for the director of TNO and 2 director generals of the Dutch government.



The final concept was cohesive; the images, music and speakers strengthened each other. The Prezi was shown as a digital exhibition in combination with real maps of Dutch soil layers throughout the years. It was a complete overview of 100 years geology for the guests of the event as well as for TNO. The cherry on top were the videos and presentations which were shown on the eight o’clock news.

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