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  1. Space Imaging: Multitouch Multiuser Exhibit

    Space Imaging: Multitouch Multiuser Exhibit

    Case Study

    by Jim Spadaccini Published February 03 2010

    The electromagnetic spectrum has always been a tough topic to make accessible to museum visitors. After all, only a small sliver of the EM spectrum can be seen with our eyes. Most of what gets "imaged" across the spectrum, is pictured with high-tech,...

  2. L.A. Zone Multitouch, Multiuser Table

    L.A. Zone Multitouch, Multiuser Table

    Case Study

    by Jim Spadaccini Published April 02 2010

    The L.A. Zone exhibition at the California Science Center explores the natural and man-made environments that make up the Los Angeles area. The L.A. Zone is one of eight zones found in the new Ecosystems gallery space at California Science Center. This...

  3. Oil Spill Mashup

    Oil Spill Mashup

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    by Jim Spadaccini on July 09, 2010

    Maraya, Thanks for sharing this story. I wanted to share an multitouch mashup that we've developed that combines NOAA oil spill data and Flickr photos from the gulf. We are making this application available...

  4. California Mapping Multitouch Exhibit

    California Mapping Multitouch Exhibit

    Case Study

    by Jim Spadaccini Published August 26 2010

    Earlier this year we worked with the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) to create an exhibit allowing visitors to explore early maps of California. A multitouch table with custom software is a centerpiece within the larger exhibition space. OMCA...

  5. Using QR Codes with a Multitouch Table Exhibit

    Using QR Codes with a Multitouch Table Exhibit

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    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...

  6. Tiny Drifters

    Tiny Drifters

    Case Study

    by Jim Spadaccini Published September 08 2011

    Tiny Drifters allows visitors to “peer into a magnified drop of sea water” to see and interact with 3D rendered versions of microscopic sea life on a huge, seven-foot multitouch wall. Visitors can rotate and view a variety of types of...

  7. Centro interactivo de Ciencias

    Centro interactivo de Ciencias

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    by Federico Abrile Published November 24 2009

    The ULP offers a new proposal. This is the 'Interactive Science Center', which is located in the Astronomical Park La Punta (Palp). This initiative adds to the park tour, and presents twelve interactive modules with activities that allow you to...