The interactive experience was planned and implemented by Disk-In Pro, which has employed the C-nario Entertainer system to handle show control and video display duties.
Notable features of the museum include holograms of Israel's Olympic medal-winning athletes and a dedicated space to commemorate the 11 Israeli Olympians who were murdered at the 1972 Munich Games.
Disk-In Pro CEO Moshe Yeyni said that the company had planned and produced "an extraordinary audiovisual programme based on the most advanced technology and tools, creating a strong interactive connection between the content and the audience. The innovative concept makes use of the Olympic emblem as an element of design in the museum's various spaces."
Yael Elstein (pictured), C-nario's vice president of marketing, added: "We are pleased to partner with Disk-In Pro in this innovative and unique project, where our technology helps create the ultimate viewer experience, based on an innovative concept and interactive, experiential digital media. The Olympic Experience Museum joins other museums and visitor centres and attractions around the globe where our technology has been implemented."