The Hall of Fame Tour is a state-of-the-art traveling baseball experience that brings the best of baseball directly to the fans. Featuring artifacts such as the cap Jackie Robinson wore during the 1955 World Series and the baseball that Babe Ruth hit for his 714th home run, the collection combines Cooperstown's timeless charm with cutting-edge technology. Immerse yourself in the experience via five mobile exhibit galleries, each of which is teeming with nostalgic elements, iconic images and interactive experiences to put you in the game.
MODE Systems designed and installed all of the AV exhibit systems for the "We Are Baseball" Hall of Fame Tour. This consisted of five individual fifty-foot-long mobile units packed with 4K interactive touch screens, a 30-foot video wall, 4K video screens, and an 84 inch 4K interactive touch table.
In total, the Hall of Fame Tour includes 14 semi trailers — mobile galleries, a video courtyard with MLB scores and games, plus an IMAX theater.
Hall of Fame galleries showcase baseball memorabilia, video clips, displays, and game consoles.
Green-screen technology enables visitors to create photos of themselves in the midst of baseballs historic momments, and then share the fun via social media.
The Baseball Hall of Fame Tour has been covered extensively in the media.
Mode Systems installed the interactive touch-screen table that enables visitors to play against against friends, family, and other visitors.
Video screens tell the story of each baseball artifact before that artifact is revealed behind the screen.
Interactive touch screens and modern photography enables visitors to craft their own baseball story on a Hall of Fame replica plaque.
Virtual reality puts fans on the field, in the dugout and clubhouse with some of baseball's brightest luminaries.