Haptic pylons encourage users to zoom in on a particular story, mimicking the movements of a scientist at a microscope.

Audio and peep pylons extend the storytelling methods of the exhibit to video and audio, creating a multi-sensory landscape.

A museum experience 65 million years in the making, Age of Mammals displays some of the Museum’s—and the world’s—most awe-inspiring fossil mammals, many of them exhibited for the first time.

This multi-tiered interactive installation provides a variety of activities and behind-the-scenes expert insight to reveal how this unusual Los Angeles native was discovered, understood, and exhibited.

To introduce the world’s first production hydrogen automobile, three interactive installations were integrated into the displays featured in auto shows throughout North America.

A stylized model car provides the mechanism for looking into the heart of the first production hydrogen automobile and how its fuel cell converts hydrogen into energy and water.