CSI: The Experience was developed by the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, CBS Consumer Products, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and the National Science Foundation.
serves as a vital component of the educational infrastructure of Texas and an important family leisure destination for North Texas due to its creative, vibrant programs and exhibits. Established in 1941, the Museum today hosts roughly 800,000 visitors a year, including more than 150,000 school children. The Museum is currently constructing a new building and will host CSI: The Experience when it reopens in Fall 2009. Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Fort Worth Museum is a founding member of the Science Museum Exhibit Collaborative (see below), for which it is developing CSI: The Experience.
manages the worldwide licensing and merchandising for a diverse slate of properties owned or controlled by the CBS Corporation. Additional information is available by visiting www.CBS.com. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is produced by CBS Productions in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Television.
is responsible for the wordwide licencing of the interactive exhibit CSI: The Experience® including merchandising. EMS is hosting a permanent show of CSI: The Experience® in Las Vegas and Orlando. This touring exhibition is part of a reference list of such renowned exhibitions like Star Trek™: The Exhibition, Barbie™: The Dreamhouse Experience, 1000 years of INCAgold, Terracotta Warriors, Leonardo da Vinci: Man – Inventor – Genius, World of Games, Dinosaurs – LIVE!, Tutankhamun and the World of the Pharaohs, etc. For booking inquiries please do not hesitate to contact the exhibits team at email@example.com.
is the leading developer, producer, and distributor of live theatre in North America and is focused on exploiting opportunities in stage show licensing, production, and acquisition. Led by entertainment industry veterans, Chairman Thomas B. McGrath and CEO John Gore, KBE continues to build on its significant expertise and geographic reach to broaden its production platform while simultaneously presenting Broadway and the West End’s biggest hits to North America, Japan, the United Kingdom, as well as emerging theatre markets.
an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 “to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense…” NSF provided $2.4 million to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History to develop the exhibit as well as an online learning adventure.
is the exhibit’s designer and media producer. As senior vice president of Walt Disney Imagineering for 15 years, Weis led the design and development of Disney-MGM Studios in Florida and was instrumental in the development of Tokyo Disney Sea. His firm has developed projects for numerous institutions offering engaging public programs, including the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, National Geographic, Rockefeller Center, Kennedy Space Center, and The Walt Disney Company
developed the CSI online experience. The Center engages in research, development and consulting on the innovative application of advanced technology to teaching and learning in a variety of settings. The online experience allows people who cannot visit the exhibit to experience the science behind the investigations.
organized in 1948, is a professional society dedicated to the application of science to the law. The AAFS Board voted unanimously to support the CSI exhibit with its technical advice and expertise. With more than 5,600 members, the AAFS consists of ten sections representing physicians, attorneys, dentists, toxicologists, physical anthropologists, document examiners, psychiatrists, engineers, criminalistics, educators, and others who practice, study and perform research in the forensic sciences.
the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, Museum of Science in Boston, COSI in Columbus, Ohio; OMSI in Portland, Oregon; Science Museum of Minnesota in St. Paul; and the California Science Center in Los Angeles. All partner museums will host the exhibit and helped guide its development.
is a global institute for the conservation and preservation of botanical heritage through education, research, scientific publications and collections. BRIT provided plant seeds, pollen, photographs and extensive botanical data to support the exhibit’s forensic botany components.
branches in cities that host the exhibit will support the development and use of the CSI online experience. Boys and Girls Clubs serve inner-city, disadvantaged youth and generally have computer labs with online capability.
designed and created this website. Specializing in developing engaging, interactive eLearning and creative marketing, Left Brain Media is putting an end to mindless media. Clients include neuroscienceCME, Nortel Networks, Texas Education Agency, and the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History.
“…The exhibit features cutting-edge technology straight from the crime lab, challenging visitors to form their own hypotheses in order to solve a crime.”Boston Museum of Science Anticipates CSI: The Experience
“The show CSI has inspired its millions of fans to become interested in forensic science. We think the show’s connection to the exhibit will help draw many people into a high quality science learning experience.”Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry
The latest chapter in the “CSI” story heads to the museum to teach adults — and older kids — about the wonders of forensic science.“Variety TV” Get ready for “CSI: Chicago.”
Show creator Anthony Zuiker tells BuddyTV: “I wanted people to feel like they took the next step from television. If TV can provide an educational medium, then we’ve done something special.”Show Creator Talks About the ‘CSI’ Experience