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Creative Destruction Series: Introduction

Creative Destruction Introduction Graphic

I have a love for languages in the historical and geospatial context, and how the first usage of words says a lot about their meaning. According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, the first known use of the word “creative” was over 200 years later than the use of the word “destruction.” Why the wait, and what does that say about us?

Yale School of Management

Merit Award 2014
Yale School of Management

Opened in January 2014, the 242,000-square-foot, Norman Foster + Partners-designed, Edward P. Evans Hall is the new home of the Yale School of Management. To create a lasting impression of the Yale School of Management's presence and brand, and to easily communicate timely information, Unified Field created three floors of interactive media and digital signage for the students, faculty, and visitors.

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Sony Wonder Technology Lab

World of Wonder

The second-generation Sony Wonder Technology Lab negotiates a new deal between technology, architecture, and experience.  

In many ways, the newly renovated Sony Wonder Technology Lab—Sony Corporation of America’s interactive, free-to-the-public museum in midtown Manhattan—reflects the evolution of our love affair with technology.

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.

Unified Field - National Geographic Museum

Unified Field (New York) created an interactive floor model for the National Geographic Museum’s Titanic: 100 Year Obsession exhibit. The exhibit was featured on ABC news. Unified Field created the interactive floor using photographs of the Titanic from various viewpoints, essentially creating a 3D virtual model of the ship. Overlaying images is a 3D water effect that allows visitors to walk through the ship and view everything from the top deck all the way down to the lower parts of the ship.

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