The creation of a long-term exhibition called History in the National Museum in Prague was a previously unknown type of project for us. The projection captures the past of the Czech lands from the 8th century to the First World War in an attractive way. The challenge was the logistics and handling of the bulky architectural elements of the individual larger exhibitions, whether it is a defensive wall of a medieval castle or a rotunda with the theme of the arrival of Christianity. Architectural elements and display cases are dominated by black and smooth materials to highlight the archaeological finds and other historical objects on display. For the project, we used a number of new materials and technologies for their processing. We collaborated with AVTG, a specialist in AV technology, architect Lukáš Brom, curators and responsible persons from the National Museum.