Interactive Experience

U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum—Accessible Dreams

U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum—Accessible Dreams

The highly anticipated and accessible U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum (Colorado Springs, Colo.) was designed and built by an all-star team, which included CRĒO Industrial Arts, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, and Gallagher & Associates.

Join the live tour of the space and exhibits, part of SEGD's E+E Monthof events—tomorrow!—Thursday August 6, 2020 at 9:00 AM EDT. Don't miss this; sign up now!

Freetouch Launches Smartphone Interaction for Public Touchscreens

Freetouch Launches Smartphone Interaction for Public Touchscreens

Read Time: 2 minutes

On August 4,2020, in response to the impact of COVID-19 on businesses around the world, Freetouch™ announced a new patent-pending product that enables anyone with a smartphone to remotely interact with shared touchscreens, eliminating the need for physical contact with kiosks, ATMs, and other interactive displays.

Science, Meet Storytelling—Stanford's Morphogenesis

Science, Meet Storytelling—Stanford's Morphogenesis

Read Time: 7 minutes

"Morphogenesis," a generative installation at the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Biology Research Building on the Stanford University Campus designed by Knot (Portland, Ore.) and artist Jonathan McCabe, is the first installation that connects user interaction with a large-scale media mesh platform—built by GKD Metal Fabrics (Cambridge, Md.).

Bodies in Motion

Merit Award 2020
Bodies in Motion

Bodies in Motion is an immersive light installation created by Todd Bracher and Studio TheGreenEyl for Humanscale at Milan Design Week 2019.

The installation was inspired by Humanscale’s history as pioneers in human factors and natural ergonomics, bringing a scientific approach to furniture design. A related influence was the 1973 research of psychophysicist Gunnar Johansson, which involved placing lights on key points of the human body to highlight movement.

McDonald's Headquarters Interactives

Merit Award 2020
McDonald's Headquarters Interactives

Leviathan collaborated with McDonald's Agency One TwentyThree, to build a suite of digital learning tools forMcDonald's new global headquarters. Elevating an iconic brand with state-of-the art digital experiences. For McDonald’s executives, employees and visitors alike, the MHQ is now an immersion into an ambitious, globally minded company with a bold vision for a sustainable future, a constant appetite for high-caliber talent, and daily commitments to educational, charitable and social causes.

The Incas, Treasures of Peru

Merit Award 2020
The Incas, Treasures of Peru

From prehistory to the contemporary era, the museum invites the public to explore the captivating world of ancient cultures of Peru through the Inca civilization renowned for rich culture, craftsmanship, and unique weaving patterns. To bring the visitor a step closer to their craft of weaving, Gagarin developed the "Weaving Time" installation for the exhibition The Incas, Treasures of Peru. 

Take a Look at the Bright Side—15 Vibrant Projects

Take a Look at the Bright Side—15 Vibrant Projects

Read Time: 4 min

In the midst of a global crisis or two, things can feel a bit...well...dark. You could use a break: Why not take a look at the bright side for the full-spectrum of technicolor-infused EGD inspiration? We've highlighted (pun intended) 15 vibrant projects over the last 5 years that are sure to put a smile on your face, make you reach for your shades, or both! 

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Takes One to Know One—9 Winning Projects and People to Know

Takes One to Know One—9 Winning Projects and People to Know

Read Time: 10.5 minutes

Every year, an impressive and multidisciplinary group of people gather in Washington DC to  preside over a jury process that identifies excellence in design—in 2020, they represent experiential graphic design, architecture, landscape architecture, graphic design, media development and branding—and these nine bring a ton of winning project know-how to the process.

The Latest Word on Planet Word: Downtown D.C.’s Language Museum Is Set to Open in May

When she taught first-graders in Bethesda public schools, Ann Friedman relied on activities to engage them. Playing games, reciting poetry, putting on plays — all were roads to learning how to read.

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