Interactive Media Experiences

Icons of Science Fiction: Interactive Touchstation

Client and Venue:

EMP Museum,
Science Fiction Exhibit

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EMP Museum,
Science Fiction Exhibit

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Belle & Wissell was commissioned to design a touch-screen interactive for “Icons of Science Fiction”, an exhibition at EMP Museum in Seattle.

The interactive station provides users with ways to explore a wide range of digital sci-fi content, and presents the sci-fi novice with ways to make this content more understandable and accessible.

Visitors can filter their process of disovery by either categories or themes—each option giving a new perspective on EMP’s digital offerings with still and video examples within each.

Touchstation content is edited and added over time by EMP curatorial staff and published to the gallery via a content management system built exclusively by Belle & Wissell for EMP projects.

Project Accolades:

Seattle Times “‘Icons of Science Fiction’ show at EMP blasts off,” 2012

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Art Director: Thomas Ryun
Designer: Edrea Lita
Project Manager: Sarah Faulkner
Lead Technologist: Marcel Ray
Programmer: Seb Chevrel
Quality Assurance: Siarhei Bokach

Additional Project Credits

Curator: Brooks Peck
Interactive Producer: Aleen Adams
Exhibit Manager: Addy Froehlich
Museum Technology: Brian Phraner

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Art Director: Thomas Ryun
Designer: Edrea Lita
Project Manager: Sarah Faulkner
Lead Technologist: Marcel Ray
Programmer: Seb Chevrel
Quality Assurance: Siarhei Bokach

Additional Project Credits

Curator: Brooks Peck
Interactive Producer: Aleen Adams
Exhibit Manager: Addy Froehlich
Museum Technology: Brian Phraner

Belle & Wissell was commissioned to design a touch-screen interactive for “Icons of Science Fiction”, an exhibition at EMP Museum in Seattle.

The interactive station provides users with ways to explore a wide range of digital sci-fi content, and presents the sci-fi novice with ways to make this content more understandable and accessible.

Visitors can filter their process of disovery by either categories or themes—each option giving a new perspective on EMP’s digital offerings with still and video examples within each.

Touchstation content is edited and added over time by EMP curatorial staff and published to the gallery via a content management system built exclusively by Belle & Wissell for EMP projects.

Project Accolades:

Seattle Times “‘Icons of Science Fiction’ show at EMP blasts off,” 2012