These media pieces enhance the immersive exhibition experience, and communicate science in new, engaging ways.
A dynamic, multi-user interactive map of modern Antarctica introduces the continent's weather, biodiversity, and introduces the people who live and work there today.
In this multi-user interactive, visitors can explore and learn how horses, see, hear, digest their food, and about the mechanical workings of their legs.
This digital table interactive invites visitors to "cook" four different meals, and discover recipes from around the world.
This narrated video featuring actual footage and 2D animations reveals the surprising assortment of bioluminescent features of predators and prey in the deep ocean.
A media projection simulates the experience of moving thorough a bay filled with bioluminescent dinoflagellates.
This media installation features a projected face exhibiting the six most basic human expressions.
This interactive "enchanted" book allows users to bring their stories to life through media projection and touch sensor technology, featuring animations and a soundscape.
This digital, full-body interactive game invites users to pilot a pterosaur as it flies over a prehistoric landscape in search of a meal.
Projected on three-dimensional urns are Greek myths that highlight the power of poisons.
Multi-user digital interactive table where visitors experience the stages for terraforming Mars.
In this multi-user tabletop interactive, visitors' become neurons that communicate with each other.