Interactive Experience

Nest Experience

Merit Award 2017
Nest Experience

“Nest” is a return home to the first Nestlé factory. On the occasion of its 150th anniversary, Nestlé held a special open house in Vevey, Switzerland complete with “Nest’,” a family experience and exhibition. The site is where Henri Nestlé established his first factory in 1866 near Lake Geneva. The old bakery, the historic villa and the first factory have been restored; the historic site has been covered with a magnificent glass roof creating a new public space.  

Who, Like Me, Is Threatened?

Merit Award 2017
Sylvia Harris Award 2017
Who, Like Me, Is Threatened?

In 2014, the Center for Civil and Human Rights opened in Atlanta as a place for education, connection, collaboration and action. By challenging visitors to understand their role in helping others and empowering them to “take the protection of every human’s rights personally,” the museum sheds much-needed light on a variety of global issues and, most importantly, the people experiencing them.

The Segregated Lunch Counter and Panorama of the Civil Rights Movement

Merit Award 2017
The Segregated Lunch Counter and Panorama of the Civil Rights Movement

The National Museum of African American History and Culture’s goal with the “Segregated Lunch Counter” interactive was to teach visitors about the methods and organizational approaches used by activists for protests during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s. The concept for the interactive and panorama film were initially designed by Ralph Appelbaum Associates and the Museum curatorial and design team as part of the exhibit design phase, but the interactive design and content was produced and deployed by Cortina Productions.

LOOK / HEAR

Merit Award 2017
LOOK/HEAR

LOOK/HEAR was a student project installed at the Fred Lazarus IV Center Leidy Gallery that explores the relationship between scenes and soundscapes, looking and hearing.

Inside the exhibition, a system of aural and visual signals generates shifting typographic forms and triggers associations about people and environment. The letters respond to a range of ambient recordings made in New York City, from the relative stillness of Central Park, to the clamor of the subway while integrating input from visitors to the exhibition.

DinoStomp

Merit Award 2017
DinoStomp

DinoStomp is an experience in which up to ten users can interact with dinosaurs from all Mesozoic eras within an imaginary 3D landscape. It is set in the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s DinoLab exhibition space.

Libbie Mill Library

Finalist 2017
Libbie Mill Library

For more than 400 years, Henrico County, Virginia, has been defined by the independent spirit of its people. From Pocahontas to explorer Richard Byrd, Henricoans have always taken risks and embraced new ideas, impacting the world far beyond county lines. When Henrico began work on its new public library, it wanted to find a dynamic, interactive way to celebrate the past inside its walls. Second Story made their dream a reality, creating a community destination that envelops and transports citizens through layers of hidden history all around.

ARoS Public

Finalist 2017
ARoS Public

ARoS Public is a radical rethinking of the museum experience as a modern community center. At the heart is the belief that art is not a diversion or weekend entertainment, but rather that it has a crucial job to do and is most valuable when interaction sparks new forms of social exchange.

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