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Gemini (Booth 315)
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Inpro (Booth 401)
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Visix (Booth 412)
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Meet Your Makers — 2019 SEGD Austin Conference Experience Jun 6 - 8
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Gemini Introduces New LUXE LED-illuminated Letters (Image: letter L)
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Loren O'Laughlin, Level 11
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DSA Signage - Seattle Space Needle
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Carol Evangelista
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Terry Campbell - Gresham Smith
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Will Bullins, Whitlock
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IMG Hero Image - Delta Airlines signage and branding
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Kate Canales is a Distinguished Senior Lecturer and Chair of the Department of Design in the School of Design and Creative Technologies at the University of Texas at Austin.
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The "Be Washington" interactive theater before visitors enter. (image: interactive theater)
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Digital signage outside the theater to let visitors know when to enter. (image: digital signage)
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Full theater of visitors at "Be Washington." (image: visitors interacting in exhibit)
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Dynamic map graphics help illustrate each scenario. (image: maps on the main screen)
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The selection of advisors visitors may listen to at each station. (image: screen with historical figures)
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Live action scenes tell the story arc for each scenario. (image: darkened gallery shows film portions)
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Visitors are able to see the results of each vote. (image: gameplay graphics)
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This tablet allows instructors to take control of the theater for a more tailored experience. (image: touchscreen mounted in podium)
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Notre Dame Stadium on a game day (September 30, 2017). (image: stadium overhead by night)
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Wayfinding banners and dimensional signage help enhance the Stadium concourse. This picture was taken on a game day (September 30, 2017). (image: entry to stands)
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Three-story mural graphics found at each of the four stairwells. (image: mural of stadium)
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1929 vintage ticket graphic using re-purposed redwood bleacher seats from the original stadium for frames. (image: mural framed in wood)
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South gate accolades hall and starting point for stadium tours. This display contains over 200 etched, metal plaques recognizing past All-Americans, National Championships, Heisman Trophy winners. (image: wall of plaques)
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Banners hung in the players' tunnel honoring all 11 National Championships. The iconic 'Touchdown Jesus' mural can be seen in the back beyond the gate. (image: banners hanging in grand hallway)
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Notre Dame Football Players' Locker Room (image: lit ND graphic on ceiling)
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Visioning graphics from the 1930s Knute Rockne era. Our concepts were highly influenced by this 'deco' style of architecture and design. (image: vintage signs composite)
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Named after stops along the line, the improvised railcar benches are positioned along the perimeter of the long building. (image: seating along sides of exhibition space)
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3D virtual reality allows us to view the world through the train driver's eyes and to learn about the technical equipment that enables the train to move. (image: two visitors don VR headsets)
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Diminutively nicknamed "Banitis" in Latvian, this little train has inspired a treasure trove of local residents' personal stories. (image: exhibit space, filled with wooden-box exhibits)
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The exhibition is installed in a former baggage depository, where the design solution was dictated by the historical building's function. (image: wooden exterior of building in snow)
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All graphic works are in understated black and white, while the light blue tone has been adopted from the old train timetables. (image: interpretive panels)
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