Moey is pleased to have done the media integration for Connected Worlds at the New York Hall of Science in Queens, NY. Created by Design I/O, this fabulous exhibit is sure to delight!
Moey got World Cup Fever this year! We teamed up with Audi to create the world's largest soccer scoreboard on the East River in New York City. Go USA!
The Interactive Garden installation is a visually and aurally appealing structure driven by proximity and emotion. The Garden is 24 feet long and supports various 3D-printed flowers that change color and produce music when someone walks by it. These self-illuminated flowers emit light from motion-controllable LED’s and generate music, creating a unique soundscape. As people interact with the Garden, a self-composed piece of music is produced, creating a dynamic experience that becomes more layered as interaction increases. The Garden blends arresting imagery with interaction, resulting in an intriguing audiovisual experience.
Two stars from the Game of Thrones series on HBO are shown here using the Moey-designed Battle of Blackwater Bay interactive at the travelling Game of Thrones exhibition in New York City. This photo appeared in the New York Post on Thursday March 28, 2013.
The Game of Thrones exhibition launches its world tour in Toronto next week. The exhibit features a Moey-designed Battle of Blackwater Bay experience. Fans of the books and HBO series take note: the exhibit will be travelling to New York, Sao Paolo, Amsterdam, and Belfast.
View the Canadian news story here:
Mo Rocca of CBS Sunday Morning visited MoMath and talked with museum founders Glen Whitney and Cindy Lawrence. He is seen here learning about Harmony of Spheres, a Moey built and engineered interactive sculpture that demonstrates the intervals between musical notes when touched.
See the whole segment and the Harmony of Spheres in action here:
Moey's collaborative Robotic frog project was mentioned in a Wall Street Journal article about the increasing use of robotics in scientific field research. The Robofrog mimics real frog behavior and attracts frogs to a study site so that scientists can observe them.
Read the article online.
The National Constitution Center's new exhibit "American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition" opened today to critical acclaim. Moey had the honor of creating three pieces for the new exhibition: an interactive speakeasy door that invites visitors to try knocking on the bar door to see if they make the cut, a photo line-up that allows visitors to take their photo with famous gangsters of the era, and the highlight of the show Wayne Wheeler's Amazing Amendment Machine, a mechanical theater that tells the story of how this controversial amendment came to pass.
The exhibition runs from October 18th, 2012 to April 28th, 2013.
A video is also available on the New York Times website of the amendment machine in motion.
In collaboration with L7Z Group and their creative vision, Moey Inc. developed and launched a Facebook application for Absolut vodka as part of their Absolut OUTrageous campaign celebrating 30 years supporting the LGBT community.
The Intrepid Exploreum was featured in Time Out NY KIds' feature "NYC Museums: 20 Best Exhibits for Kids".
Moey designed numerous interactives for this engaging hall, including the Buoyancy interactive shown here.
Read more about Moey's work at the Exploreum.
Read the whole list of Museum Exhibits online at Time Out NY Kids.
Airing December 1st at 9pm EST on the National Geographic Channel will be a show called "Finding The Next Earth" featuring video footage from Moey Inc. during their work with the National Academy of Sciences and the W.M. Keck Observatory of Hawaii.
Tune in or visit the National Geographic's TV schedule for your local time.