Snibbe Interactive helped the Newseum, the interactive museum of news and journalism in Washington, D.C., create a gallery dedicated to new media. The company, which specialises in designing immersive interactive products, worked with the museum to create a version of Smart Shots called Dunk the Anchor, a game that uses gesture recognition technology and tests users’ knowledge of new media.
Snibbe Interactive has already worked with a number of museums across the globe to install interactive walls, tables, and floors that engage their visitors with colourful projections. The company’s clients include the Museum of Science and History in Chicago, the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, the London Science Museum in London, and the Technorama in Switzerland.
To find out more about the latest installation, watch the video.