Technology

Trey Sloan

Trey Sloan is the production director at Jack Porter, an experiential design firm based in Greenville, SC.

The Jack Porter team works to integrate design, storytelling, and technology to transform spaces into experiences that engage and inspire.

Trey combines his many years of knowledge in construction, A/V technology, and project management to make each Jack Porter design a reality. A/V integrations are frequently an essential part of the experiences Jack Porter

Trey Sloan
Jack Porter
Greenville, SC

The Newseum

Window on the World

The Newseum’s second act brings the story of media to the news capital, with an EGD program that’s designed to keep pace 24/7/365.

Launching a new museum from the ground up is no mean feat. It’s not only costly and exhaustive—it’s also a gamble. If you build it, will they come?

The Museum at Bethel Woods

Photo of the interior of the Museum at Bethel Woods

Down to Yasgur’s Farm

The Museum at Bethel Woods takes a look back at Woodstock and the peace, love, and rock n’ roll era that made it possible.

The rolling hillsides surrounding Route 17B in rural Sullivan County, New York, don’t appear much changed since 1969, when 400,000 young people gathered at Max Yasgur’s 600-acre farm to hear songs about Vietnam and social inequality.

Liberty Science Center

Walking the [Technology] Talk

At Liberty Science Center, visitors use technology and new media to interact with—and even change—museum content.

In a world where science and technology dramatically affect our everyday lives—think global warming, pandemic disease, and nanotechnology—science museums share the critical mission of educating visitors to make good choices about the way they live, work, and play.

In 2005, New Jersey’s Liberty Science Center looked in the mirror and faced the fact that it wasn’t up to the task.

eg Conversations Tech Webinar | Interactive Engagements

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Thursday, November 7, 2013 - 2:00pm

eg conversations tech | Webinar

The shift towards digital storytelling is creating more options for users to experience information and content in ways not possible with traditional static media formats. Today, designers are able to craft immersive experiences that connect people to place through the use of interactive engagements in the built environment.

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