Opened to the public in October 2011, TELUS Spark is Canada's first new purpose-built science centre in more than 25 years.
Aesthetec partnered with TIFF Kids International Film Festival to create the digiPlaySpace—a digital playground for kids to promote creativity and self-directed learning.
SMILE, short for Socially Motivated Immersive Light Environment, is an interactive light installation designed for outdoor spaces.
This interactive donor recognition sculpture is a permanent installation in the brand new Engineering 5 building at the University of Waterloo.
This permanent exhibit of the Connecticut Science Center features four different types of electronic instruments, each allowing the exploration of sight and sound.
Installed at MAMAC (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art), this exhibit showed the conception and birth of 28 new robotic forms.
Opened to the public in 2008, the National Discovery Museum features over 30 interactive exhibits that bring Thailand's history to life.
Working with DesignLAB, we developed a touch-based interactive for the new IRPC visitor center in Rayong, Thailand.
We worked for AV&C in New York to develop touch interfaces used in the presentation center for luxury villas being built in Abu Dhabi.
Used in exhibitions around the globe, CommPose is a platform for exploring shared photos as a snapshot of people, place and time.
Winner of the MobileAsia 2006 grand prize, Footprints is an installation using camera phones to tell a story of people and place.
Developed for Fabrica in Italy, these novel gadgets were designed to embed character in common electronics.
We consulted on an early prototype for the infamous Hug ShirtTM, a wearable device that sends hugs to friends via Bluetooth.
We consulted on prototype development of a biotelemetry project, and provided technology to enable Bluetooth-Mobile communication.