How do you try and get museum visitors to pick up some headphones and listen to audio content? Don’t. Offer them a stylish & comfy leather armchair with speakers built into the wings, a sensor in the seat and an integral mp3 player combined with well edited and tantalisingly short audio clips. We have designed
We created the gin & tonic filled tide control machine to light-heartedly showcase Watson-Marlow’s peristaltic pumps as an installation for Cornwall Design Season.
How do you make people take notice of museum signage? Make the way-finding so exciting they will pay to use it. The Flying Reiver is the world’s first coin operated signage and combines a life size moving automata riding a vintage bicycle sporting themed animated signs with a wireless donation box on the floor below.
We invented and developed a portable carbon calculator house exhibit to allow users to instantly see the cost of making energy saving changes to their homes. The 1:12 scale interactive includes moving double glazing, household appliances and loft insulation as well as light-up appliances and a spinning energy meter. Both Lambeth Council and the University
How do you make people learn a simple message about hand washing? Relentlessly shout it at them again and again – in an against the clock competitive ‘Simon Says’ style game with specially composed retro game music. Concept and build for NHS Kirklees Infection control Banish the Bugs Campaign.