In order to test the practical possibilities of the new proposal for the presentation at the British Museum, a number of experiments were carried out. A method is initially introduced which explores the technology required in order to capture random visitors position into the gallery. Thereafter, a series of projections on 3dimensional objects were performed, where from abstract and more general projections, the study proceeded to more specific ones, in relation to the proposed idea. The projections gave interesting results, in relation to practical and aesthetic issues which are discussed below. Finally, some requirements for the architectural layout of the space will be presented, which are critical for the performance and perception of the projections.