1. The Second Dream


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    Like many I had recurring dreams when I was young that in hindsight were significant in some way of my unconscious feelings about my existence. The "Second Dream" recounts one of these from these from early adolescence in which I realized I might be my own worst enemy. The format was in an interactive media motif where the viewer had to push on the current statement to proceed forward into the narrative.

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    • BioBx- Festival de Technologies Creatives


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      The best way to make a border disappear is to cross it over and over again until the line that separates the ones from the others fades away. BioBx (Bilbao-Bordeaux) is an experience designed to connect the digital scene of two cities getting closer. With the help of a cross-border team of artists, technologists and creators, seven youngsters from each city will mix avant garde technologies such as 3D printers, Open Source Hardware (Arduino) or Textiletroniks (wearable tech) to link both cities with an interactive Travelling lab, set up from the 22nd until the 25th of april (2014)

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      • Interactive pathway testing


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        Title: PKM2 Phosphorylates Histone H3 and promotes tumorigenesis Purpose: By interacting with the proteins, notice their roles on the pathway. Target Audience: Scientists/Students doing oncology research , focusing on the role of EGFR signaling to activate PKM2’s role as a transcription factor.

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        • National Military Museum: Interactives


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          The National Military Museum is the largest military museum in The Netherlands and it houses an impressive collection of military equipment, historical objects and personal stories. The museum offers visitors a spectacular, interactive and full-day experience. At Fabrique Amsterdam, we created a series of 24 interactives that allow the visitors to get to know more about the collection, the history of the Netherlands and their military activities, and experience how it is to fire a battle tank, or drive an armoured personnel carrier.

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          • Interactive Presentation Demonstration


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            Interactive Presentation Demonstration

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            • Nationaal Militair Museum interactives


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              Voor het Nationaal Militair Museum (NMM) ontwikkelde Fabrique 29 interactives die de bezoeker op een uitdagende manier kennis laten maken met de Nederlandse krijgsmacht. Door veel aandacht te besteden aan detaillering, technische besturing, aankleding en multimediale beleving zijn de interactieve installaties niet alleen leerzaam, maar ook leuk. Meer lezen? Check http://www.fabrique.nl/portfolio/nationaal-militair-museum-interactives

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              • Chicago City of Big Data Interactives


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                We built two interactives for the Chicago Architecture Foundation's City of Big Data Exhibition. We were responsible for designing and building a large format 3D multi-touch experience and an interactive questionnaire built for the iPad. We used a smorgasbord of technology and design tools including WebGL, D3, Three JS, Cinema 4D, Illustrator, HTML5, Css3, Javascript, Underscore and some GIS tools for spatial data plotting. See more at http://truthlabs.com/?p=WORK

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                • Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty


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                  How can one of the world’s leading art museums engage young and old in new ways with rare Korean masterpieces and cultural history? We collaborated with the renowned Philadelphia Museum of Art for the first full-scale American exhibition devoted to the art of Korea’s influential Joseon dynasty. Working with the PMA’s expert curatorial team, we developed three custom interactive experiences that bring the Joseon dynasty’s artistic legacy to life for people of all ages and backgrounds. Among its many treasures, the exhibition features a Royal Protocols book detailing the wedding procession of King Yeongjo and Queen Jeongsun in 1759. Adjacent to this rare object, Bluecadet created a complementary Royal Protocols Interactive that invites visitors to explore and understand its illustrations and text. On a 32-inch touchscreen, visitors can virtually “page through” the Royal Protocols book, watch playful animations, and select hotspot annotations that translate traditional characters and procession customs. The touchscreen also provides a big-picture perspective on the entire book, which reads as a procession itself when viewed page-against-page. At the Ten Symbols of Longevity Interactive, visitors can step up to two 42-inch touchscreens alongside one of the exhibition’s most striking artifacts: a large, ornate folding screen. Through a user-friendly touchscreen menu, quick bursts of text, and whimsical animations, visitors can discover and decode key motifs—collectively known as the Ten Symbols of Longevity—seen on the folding screen and on many other objects throughout the exhibition. The exhibition’s final experience—the Hangeul Writing Interactive—provides a personalized approach to learning a whole new language. Invented by King Sejong in 1443, Hangeul was intended to be easily learned and widely used by the Korean people. Inspired by its accessibility and artistry, we developed a unique custom software program that enables visitors to learn and write their English first names in Hangeul. On a 32-inch touchscreen, visitors can type their names, learn the transliteration, and draw each character in Hangeul calligraphy. (FYI: it took rigorous collaborative research on the part of Bluecadet, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and outside experts to ensure each transliteration would be as accurate as possible.) Visitors leave with a keepsake printed card of their Hangeul name, digitally drawn in their own hand. When we say “hands-on,” we mean business—in any language.

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                  • The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond's The Fed Experience Interactives


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                    The http://www.thefedexperience.org Fed Experience is the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s new 4,000 SQ foot interactive, multimedia visitor’s center, designed to provide economic education and understanding of the Fed's role in the economy. For the exhibit, Unified Field created a number of multimedia interactives, which demystifies the complex role of the Federal Reserve System, illustrating how the Federal Reserve Bank improves the quality of life in the United States.

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                    • Ben Franklin Museum Interactives


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                      when the benjamin franklin museum in philadelphia was re-envisioned and re-designed, Bluecadet was brought in to create six media pieces that help tell the story of Philly’s favorite founding father. Focusing on Franklin’s wit, inventiveness, and personality, the museum engages visitors of all ages with interactive exhibits and media-rich interpretation. Intergenerational accessibility and historical accuracy were priorities for this project; with this in mind we created four animated films and two interactive touchscreens for the new museum. We used historical references with a contemporary appeal for all custom 2-D and 3-D animations, sounds, and interactions.

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