Ideum believes the future of businesses like theirs relies on the curiosity and perseverance of new generations interested in pushing the envelope of human-computer interaction. When the folks from the Supercomputing Challenge approached Ideum requesting that they help host tours for their event, Ideum immediately jumped at the opportunity.
Building on its reputation as a nationally recognized, award-winning architecture, design and urban planning firm, a project designed and fabricated by ZGF Architects LLP’s (ZGF) in-house model shop—located in its Portland, Ore. office—is on display this weekend in New York City.
Interactive sculptural lighting installation Cameo No.3 is being featured at the Design Pavilion™ in Times Square May 18th-22nd as part of DuPont’s Corian® display during NYCxDesign, the city’s official design celebration.
Local Projects explains why people crave mind-bending experiences at a time when screens mediate much of our lives.
With an impending 20-year anniversary, a corporate uncoupling from PayPal, a new CEO and evolving brand guidelines, online retail and resale giant eBay sought the help of ESI Design to help provide a fresh, technology-driven “front door.”
In a beautiful part of Paris, there’s a historic luxury hotel with views of the Eiffel Tower and a new digital welcome experience affectionately dubbed “TOM,” designed by Float4 (Montreal).
Sometimes when firms collaborate, exhibition design magic happens. Last year, Gallagher & Associates teamed up with Bluecadet to put a fresh spin on the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum exhibitions in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Uber provides anonymized data from over 2 billion trips to help improve urban planning around the world.
The Horizon Interactive Awards, a leading international interactive media awards competition, has announced the 2016 award winners to highlight this year’s “best of the best” in interactive media production. Stimulant was recognized for their excellence with a Gold award for the public exhibit: Skyspace LA,Immersive Experiences.
Retailers are betting on tech that, in an instant, gives customers personal skincare tips and lets them see how they look in different styles.