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A Punctuated Experience for Alexander Isley, Inc.
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Stepping through an archway of solid wood scaffolding, visitors discover Constructing Liberty, and have the chance to step into the Paris workshop where Bartholdi directed craftsmen to transform his design models into the final Statue. (Keena Photo)
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In the Inspiration Gallery, guests express their views of what liberty means to them by adding their self-portrait and collage of inspirational images to the ever-growing Becoming Liberty digital mural. (Keena Photo)
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In Constructing Liberty, working models of the Statue’s foot as it evolves from plaster to copper and period tools that demonstrate the techniques described in the exhibit offer tactile impressions of the construction process. (Keena Photo)
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The museum experience begins in the Immersive Theater with a sweeping film that takes visitors on a cinematic flythrough inside the monument and provides an overview of the story of the Statue, from its origins to present day. (Keena Photo)
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The 20 kiosks in Becoming Liberty prompt visitors to share their own portrait and a set of images that express their perspectives on the meaning of liberty, which then join the ever-growing Becoming Liberty digital mural.  (Keena Photo)
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Lighting the Way—The Statue of Liberty Museum
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Virginia Gehshan - Welcome to Philadelphia
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Amy Rees & Mark Velve - Planning Partnerships - Creating A Signage System Test
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Ian Goldberg & Kate Otte - Placemaking in Public Spaces
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John Bosio - From Ski to Surf
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Philadelphia EGD Practices Dialogue
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Katrin Middel - German EGD Practice Destination Dessau EGD
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Julie Margot & Peter Soland - Escales Découvertes
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Cynthia Damar-Schnobb - Placemaking from Eh to Zed
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Chris Ronson - Developing a Multi-Modal Wayfinding System for the City of Toronto
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Canadian EGD Practices Dialogue
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Canadian EGD Practices Dialogue
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Lucy Holmes - So Far, So Good
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Ian Whybrow & Heath Pedrola - The Stories Places Tell
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Jason Smith & Jacob Ehrenberg - The SFO Way: People, Places, Things
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British EGD Practices Dialogue
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MC Group and Icon Announce Merger
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The completed Chow Time game experience
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In total, the project includes six interactive exhibits, a presentation system, two themed penguin viewing areas, two vitrine display cases, themed exhibit space and fabrication, a donor wall and interpretive signage throughout.
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At the ice core station, the Ideum team attached a special encoder to a custom-fabricated rail, providing specific data at precise points along the core.
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Inside the vessel, visitors can "virtual video chat" with real scientists
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...where they can look out over a simulated vista of the ship's bow traveling through sub-Antarctic island passages.
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Interpretive signage introduces visitors to the journey, as they board the research vessel “RV BioPark,”
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Because the building was designed with animal viewing as the primary visitor experience, the design team was challenged to achieve a balance of deliberate and meaningful exhibitions between the prescribed viewing areas.
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The selfie station was meticulously constructed using five individual Canon digital SLR cameras that fire at once and process images quickly
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Because Chow Time has special usability challenges, Ideum worked with the BioPark Society to recruit friends and family as young as three years of age to test the game.
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An artistic rendering of the science area in the exhibition’s simulated research vessel.
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 In the upper auditorium, guests observe penguins under the shifting lights of the Aurora Australis. Sketch by S2 Associates Inc.
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The uniquely “cool” state-of-the-art habitat experience opened to the public during the peak of summer—on July 23, 2019.
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Penguin Chill at the ABQ BioPark is a new, groundbreaking, immersive exhibit designed by Ideum (Corrales, N.M.), that whisks visitors onto a sub-Antarctic research expedition.
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SEGD is hosting Xlab again in 2019. Join us for the most exciting Digital Experience conference on the calendar this year.
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Through entrepreneurial spirit and grit Peter has cultivated a breadth of hard and soft skills ideally suited for the experiential field.
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