Software Systems Design student, Ashley Kinsel, created these interactive touchscreens as part of an update to the existing Supercomputing Exhibit at the Bradbury Science Museum.
An interactive game created by Becca Sharp for PICT 2019
A Unity-based game that allows visitors to the Jemez Historic Site the opportunity to light virtual farolitos Continue reading “Light Among the Ruins”
Albuquerque International Balloon Museum
The balloon flight of S.A. Andree
Interactive Touch Tables
During PICT 2015, students developed an interactive with an ipad and 3D printed models.
Graduate student Simone Seagle converted the original prototype for the HP Sprout, an all-in-one PC that has two touch screens, a 3D camera, etc.
Rebecca Sharp and Brittany Hayes, students in the Media Arts and Technology Program at New Mexico Highlands University developed 3-D models of historic Las Vegas, New Mexico buildings. Continue reading “3-D model Historic Las Vegas, NM buildings”
Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science,
Step on a track to highlight extinct reptiles found at the Prehistoric Trackways National Monument.
NM History Museum,
Segesser Hides Interactive
The Segesser Hides are paintings on tanned bison hides that depict early Spanish colonial life in the New Mexico. The interactive allows users to zoom in to get a detailed look of the hides and learn more about the unique sections of the paintings.
Adobe Flash is outdated, proprietary and not supported on modern browsers and devices . By converting from Flash to web programming languages, the new interactive is now available in the museum’s gallery on a touchscreen and on the web.
NM History Museum
Shifting Boundaries Interactive
Adobe Flash is outdated, proprietary and not supported on modern browsers and devices. By converting from Flash to web programming languages, the new interactive is supported across all browsers and devices.
Coronado Tour app for Pict 2015
Owls and Bats of Los Alamos app
Bradbury Science Museum
design and development by graduate student Elizabeth Starks and undergrad student Mireya Rodriguez