Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated a unique digital exhibition titled “United India: Sardar Patel” on 31st October 2016 at the National Science Centre, Delhi (NSCD). This exhibition was created by CRTL with help from the NSCD. The exhibition provides visitors a range of opportunities to engage with various digital installations to understand the role of Sardar Patel in the Unification of India. The technologies like 3D film (without glasses), Holographic Projection, Kinetic Projection, Oculus based Virtual Reality experience, Brain-wave based interaction, Multi-touch tables, Immersive Audio-Visual experiences, Collective participatory Digital installation, Augmented Reality based interface, Virtual flip-books, Digital Painting, Ek Bharat Pledge on Social Media and Hyper Realistic Period Setting have been used to present the archival documents, create engaging experiences and connect visitors on web.
Other than the exhibition and the web portal, a booklet summarizing the story of exhibition and souvenirs for takeaway have also been prepared. The exhibition has 30 exhibits, employing around 20 different kinds of digital interactions and media experiences. As of now, a permanent version of the exhibition is housed in the National Science Centre Delhi.
But CRTL also developed a travelling version of this huge exhibition that is currently touring all over India. It started from Junagarh where it was inaugurated by the Honourable Gujarat Chief Minister Sri Vijay Rupani in the central hall of Bahauddin College, Junagarh on the 9th November 2016. Since then it has travelled through Mumbai, Bhopal, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Goa to its current location at Jaipur.