In experiential graphic design, digital technology refers to the means of creating, storing, processing, and displaying of electronic communications, stories, moving content, effects and added functionality in a built environment.
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"Morphogenesis," a generative installation at the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Biology Research Building on the Stanford University Campus designed by Knot (Portland, Ore.) and artist Jonathan McCabe, is the first installation that connects user interaction with a large-scale media mesh platform—built by GKD Metal Fabrics (Cambridge, Md.).
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How can the owners of airports, convention spaces, hotels, offices, malls and other commercial spaces create environments that accommodate the changing nature of how public spaces will work as we “open up” post COVID-19?
By Jason Hutty, PAM Wayfinding
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Interactive design firm, Second Story aims to ease safety anxieties and empower people to return to shared spaces by developing Adaptive Spaces, a path to help businesses and organizations rapidly adapt to their every day physical experiences post-quarantine.
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The production of a double-sided, twisting LED media feature that now serves as the centerpiece for Complexity Gaming's Esports training venue in Frisco, Texas, was the result of a collaboration between Daktronics of Brookings, South Dakota and Design Communications Limited (DCL) of Boston, Massachusetts, who engineered, managed, fabricated and installed the engaging media display using narrow Daktronics LED displays.
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