Kiosk Management System Deployed at CMH

Neuronic worked with the Children's Museum of Houston, TX, to deploy a system for easily creating and publishing content to a network of kiosks. Here, the system is used to deploy step-by-step multimedia instructional guides for its young visitors.

Vote Star Updated for 2016

Vote Star

Vote Star, our two-player US Electoral College themed area-control game, has been updated with the latest election data. I originally designed this game on a long flight during the 2008 election season. (Read the Politico interview.) The latest data was provided by Mr.

Pet Scanner

We designed the technology behind the Pet Scanner for EdVenture in Columbus, SC. RFID tagged stuffed animals and a mocked-up x-ray scanner allows kids to play veterinarian, and 'diagnose' the animals' ailments. Did Scrappy swallow the toy car again?

Levelfly

Neuronic created the Levelfly web application for the City University of New York. This game-based learning platform allows teachers and students to collaborate on course work in an engaging way.

Spy HQ Access

Neuronic designed this HQ access system for the Spy Academy at the DoSeum in San Antonio, TX. New agent recruits can scan their badge at the door or enter their pass code to gain access to the HQ.

Idea Wall

Visitors at the Center for Science and Industry in Columbus, OH, get to submit their ideas for energy conversation in this exhibit designed by Neuronic.

Robot Arena

Neuronic designed a custom touch-based programing interface for Lego robots for the DoSeum in San Antonio, TX.

Heart and Seoul

Explore Korea in this traveling exhibit designed for Children's Museum of Houston.

Agent Rescue

The Agent Rescue interactive, developed for the Spy Academy exhibit at the DoSeum in San Antonio allows four visitors to direct agents lost in the jungle to safety. Visitors learn about compass directions and navigation, and the value of working together.

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