Matriu Social dibuixa i ens permet descobrir comportaments col·lectius que sorgeixen de senzilles decisions individuals.
Visitor ride a stationary bicycle through six different hyperlapsed routes arround the city of Barcelona.
A multitouch map to discover and learn about landscapes, historical and artistic heritage in the city of Tortosa.
Real Madrid’s Bernabeu Tour modernization enriches the visitor’s experience by providing greater interactivity and audiovisual content. Each one of the remodeled areas includes interactive solutions with the latest technology applied to the club’s history.
Gaudí Experiència is an audiovisual exhibition space that uses state-of-the-art technology to get inside the mind of a man whose work appears to use computers… long before they had even been invented!
Conceive, create and exhibit. Using their fingers as the paintbrush, a tactile drawing station as the canvas and the walls of the building as the exhibition panels, the visitors of Museo de Galicia become the authors of the works surrounding by means of Fluxograma technology.
From iron ore to tools. Turning mine’s iron ore into tools for working was one of the main activities carried out by the mining industry in the area of Azpeitia. Interacting with this installation, the visitor at the museum can perform this process by himself by means of virtual techniques.
Science is a network of knowledge where discoveries, ideas and concepts are connected with one another. Connexions is a playful installation where visitors experience, explore and cooperate to visualize and acquire a better understanding of how knowledge is built.
A 1hour workshop to experience with different objects and machines, reflect and learn about interaction and its properties to learn to be critical about technology.
The exhibition is designed with the purpose of revealing the connection between scientific knowledge and technological advances, bringing Science closer to the public in an attractive and didactic way and stimulating scientific vocation.
Be water. Enabling the visitors to playfully simulate the flow of water through their movements is the aim of the project Interacting with Water, an installation held at the Visitors Center of the Universal Exposition Zaragoza 2008.
In 1905, Albert Einstein published five revolutionary articles which contributed to the foundation of modern physics. This exhibition celebrates the anniversary with several installations which allow the visitors to experience the excitement of such fundamental discoveries.