A rockstar and a technologist join forces with 4 cognitive research labs, TODOMUNDO!, Pace Gallery and experiential design firm Unified Field bring experiments to life in a 60-minute interactive performance experience called The Institute Presents: NEUROSOCIETY.
A new report may help municipalities become 'smart cities,' but legacy infrastructure may hold them back.
Through the use of Augmented Reality (AR) technology, Cortina Productions (McClean, Va.), a full-service creative media, design and production company that specializes in location-based multimedia experiences, will host a pair of on-site demonstrations with existing exhibits at the Bullock Texas State History Museum and the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library in conjunction with SXSW.
IBM Watson and design studio SOFTlab join forces for an installation at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Bexar County Commissioners recently announced a new pilot program to bring state-of-the-art urban technology to the urban center of Bexar County, Texas, putting the community at the forefront of smart, connected cities. As part of the program, CIVIQ WayPoints will be installed throughout the County complex in downtown San Antonio, providing residents with high-speed public Wi-Fi and access to county information via interactive touchscreen displays.
There are hundreds of thousands of new job opportunities unfilled because they require a higher level of STEM-related skills than what most job seekers possess. Along with science, technology, engineering and math, there is an under-recognized skill: data literacy.
LHSA+DP recently completed a new aviation-themed interactive playspace for JjetBlue airlines. The interactive play space at JFK’s Terminal 5 is designed to delight and educate children from age 2 to 12 with hands-on and digital activities, keeping them engaged and entertained while waiting to board their flights.
Applications like Bluetooth-driven Beacon systems and cellular Wi-Fi systems can now be used to help people navigate space in a more profound way, writes CallisonRTKL’s Cody Clark.
How can we keep discovery alive in a world increasingly in love with the algorithm?
By Eli Kuslansky and John Hubbell
Bringing new technology to a well-established museum can be a daunting task. As part of a larger initiative to deepen the presence of technology in their galleries, members of the board at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (FWMSH) decided that their DinoLab exhibition hall would be the right place to start. Ideum was thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the team at FWMSH to design two new interactives for DinoLab.