Creating interactive experiences that
educate, engage & inspire


Orozco: Teleporting Art

A key highlight of the Museum’s Mexican Modernism exhibit, Orozco’s mural masterpiece “The Epic of American Civilization,” lives at Dartmouth College. So we transported that experience to Philly through a life-sized projection and customized app. Allowing visitors to view over 20 complicated panels that highlighted the artist’s intentions for storytelling and allowed for a seamless, customized journey through the exhibit. Proving that tech can not only provide utility and content for the arts, but that it can bridge the gap between physical spaces. And providing a gratifying new way to engage with, and interpret art.

Living Labels: Interactive Storytelling

We created a series of scalable kiosks, dubbed Living Labels, for the Museum’s permanent South Asian Art exhibit. Non-linear storytelling allows visitors to learn about various aspects of the artwork that most intrigue them without limiting individual interpretation. An intuitive experience, coupled with elegant design and content structure, allows visitors to explore the artifacts on their own time, in their own way. All built with a system that can be adapted with scale for any museum exhibit.



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