The Cultural Technology Development Lab is an R&D program where university faculty and students, museum professionals, and other partners work together on technology and design solutions for cultural institutions.
We are currently working with the new Manhattan Project National Park in Los Alamos, the Las Cruces Museum of Natural History, the New Mexico History Museum, and our newest partner, Intel/Two Bit Circus.
The Museduino is an open source hardware kit developed in-house by CTDL. It is built to support robust public exhibits using the arduino IDE and the Arduino Uno footprint. It’s currently deployed around the country in museums, national parks, and installations. Information, tutorials, schematics and kit purchasing is at museduino.wordpress.com.
Contact us at email@example.com (project inquiries, museduino information or questions)
Past partners include: SITE Santa Fe, The Carlsbad Museum & Art Center, The Bradbury Science Museum at Los Alamos, the NM Museum of Natural History and Science, Colorado National Monument, Acadia National Park, Roswell Museum & Art Center, The City of Las Cruces Museum.
The CTDL has been artist- in-residence at Grinnell College, Kenyon College, and College of the Atlantic.
Oldfarm Mobile App Acadia National Park
Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science, Trackways Exhibit Interactive Projection
Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science Trackways Exhibit Animation
Albuquerque Balloon Museum Weather Lab interactive design design by graduate student Eli Menchaca
Albuquerque International Balloon Museum Arctic Air: Bold Flight of S.A. Andree exhibit Interactive Touch Tables
NM Roswell Museum & Art Center Explore Aston A beacon based mobile app for exploring the Aston Collection
Carlsbad Museum Little Carlsbad Exhibit built with Museduino Carlsbad Museum and Art Center
Acadia National Park Interactive Rail
Acadia National Park Bird Matching Game
Museduino Kit Museduino is CTDL’s open-source system for exhibits and installations. Museduino boards are printed in Oregon, assembled on-site in Albuquerque, New Mexico. museduino.wordpress.com
NM Museum of Art Kinect Baumann Marionettes documentation site: http://www.riannetrujillo.com/marionettes/