Segesser Hides

NM History Museum,
Segesser Hides Interactive

This project was built with HTML5, CSS, Javascript and open source Javascript libraries. It uses assets from the original Adobe Flash version of the Segesser Hides interactive.

Adobe Flash is outdated, proprietary and not supported on modern browsers and devices. By converting from Flash to web programming languages, the new interactive is supported across all browsers and devices.

Acadia Nature Center Tour

Sieur de Monts
Acadia Nature Center tour app
developed with Swift

This mobile tour of Acadia National Park’s Nature Center is a tool for visitors who are blind or have low vision, but is useful to anyone who wants an in-depth experience of the new exhibits. The narrative, linked to locations in the building describes how the park may be changing as the climate changes. The tour includes suggestions for moving between exhibits starting at the service desk and then moving sequentially through the 9 exhibits. There are exhibit descriptions and in some places, guides to deeper explorations. You can listen to audio description performed by actors or by turning on Apple’s Voiceover you can listen to identical text descriptions.

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SA Andree

Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum
S.A. Andree Exhibit
55′ inch touch table interactives

I worked on the development of two 55′ inch touch table interactives for an exhibit on S.A. Andree’s failed attempt to get to the North Pole via hot air balloon in 1897.

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Colorado National Monument

Over the last few months, I’ve been researching and developing an augmented reality iOS app for Colorado National Monument in Grand Junction, CO. The key feature of the app allows visitors to stop at augmented waysides in the park.

Pottery Typology

Americorps Internship Program
New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs
Office of Archaeological Studies Pottery Typology Project

Developed admin side interface which allowed users to enter pottery types into database.

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Alcove Shows 12.0

Americorps Cultural Technology Internship
The New Mexico Museum of Art
Alcove Shows 12.0

Designed and developed in-gallery kiosk and website for archiving the a series of nine exhibitions and the work of 45 artists from across the state of New Mexico.

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ISEA App

App Interface

Americorps Cultural Technology Internship
The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
ISEA 2012 iOS Application

Designed and developed iOS App that provides artwork and artist information for the ISEA2012 Exhibition installed at the Albuquerque Museum of Art & History.

App no longer available on the app store.

Sculpture Garden Mobile App

App Interface

Americorps Cultural Technology Internship
The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
Sculpture Garden

Recorded and edited audio for mobile audio tour via OnCell Systems mobile web/cell phone tours.

Designed and developed Sculpture Garden iOS application. No longer available on the app store.

Listen via Oncell

PICT

PICT: Program for Cultural Technology
New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
Emergence: A New View of Life’s Origin exhibit

Collaborated on the design and development of “Emergence: A New View of Life’s Origin”, a permanent exhibit of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science.

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Seabury

Seabury Fellowship in Cultural Technology
Award Recipient, Spring 2011
If Only

The Seabury Fellowship gives students the financial support and freedom to produce independent portfolio projects. As a recipient, I was given the opportunity to create a rotoscope animation.

Credits:
Music by Levell C. Lee
Special Thanks to Deborah Holloway

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NM Furniture is Art

National Hispanic Cultural Center Internship
New Mexico Furniture is Art

Design and installation of vitrine, which showcased NHCC’s furniture exhibition.

 

New Mexico History Museum
The Mother Teal and the Overland Route

Co-Illustrated and co-animated short story for “Wild At Heart: Ernest Thompson Seton” exhibition on display from May 2010 to May 8, 2011.

Credits:
Cabrini Martinez, co-illustrator and co-animator

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