Hudson Alpha wanted to design and develop a stand alone exhibit targeting eight to twelve year old children to interpret the basic structures of the three types of cells.
Our solution was to create a macro pond environment and integrate physical interactive elements with multiple touch screen programs that present the basics of cell structures and how DNA works. Using sound and color young visitors are enticed to enter one of three areas. Each area creates an environment based on a type of cell. The experience is being revised with the intent of making it a traveling exhibit.
Client: Hudson Alpha Institute for SciQuest Hands On Science CenterSkills: Subject Matter Research, Exhibit Design, Interactive Media Design, Programming, and Graphic Design.