For museums, conventions and public displays, an interactive exhibit is a chance to create stunning effects and leave long-lasting impressions. But typically, these exhibits only utilize limited interaction bandwidth: simple touch-screens, keyboards, or trackballs. We believe that taking advantage of greater human sensory-motor capabilities can make exhibits more fun, immersive, and engaging while enhancing learning.
Smart Grid of the Future
Playful discovery of the future of electricity How can something as abstract yet omnipresent (...)
Be your own currywurst chef A whole museum about the Berlin specialty, the Currywurst. (...)