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  1. NanoExpress

    NanoExpress

    Review

    by Margaret Glass Published July 24 2007

    The NanoExpress is a mobile nanoscience and technology lab created by Dr. Gary Harris, professor of electrical engineering and director of the National Nanofabrication Infrastructure Network (NNIN) node at Howard University. In the past decade, there...

  2. P G & E Look Forward Bus

    P G & E Look Forward Bus

    Case Study

    by Mark Walhimer Published April 22 2008

    The PG&E Look Forward Bus travels within California and Nevada to State Fairs, Schools, Museums, Libraries and Press events to educate the kids and families on alternative energy sources, PG&E alternative energy services and how people can make a...

  3. Scapes

    Scapes

    Review

    by Ed Rodley Published October 21 2010

    Scapes is a two-way visitor created audio experience which uses the phone’s location-sensing ability to tag visitor comments to a particular spot in the sculpture garden. When you launch the app, it locates you, and offers you two choices; Listen or...

  4. Using QR Codes with a Multitouch Table Exhibit

    Using QR Codes with a Multitouch Table Exhibit

    Bit

    by Jim Spadaccini on November 07, 2010

    This video shows an example of integrating QR Codes with a multitouch table exhibit. QR codes have a lot of possibilities for allowing visitors to view and easy share more information about museum objects...

  5. Confronting Comfort: BMW Guggenheim Lab opens in NYC

    Confronting Comfort: BMW Guggenheim Lab opens in NYC

    Bit

    by Wendy Pollock on August 08, 2011

    A mobile laboratory where publics and planners can"work on inspiring ideas" for the nine cities that will host the lab over the next six years. The first iteration, which opened last week in New York...