How a Museum’s 45-Foot Virtual Waterfall Can Inspire Sustainability

How a Museum’s 45-Foot Virtual Waterfall Can Inspire Sustainability

New York Hall of Science exhibit encourages visitors to consider how their actions impact ecosystems worldwide

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 17 september 2015

At the New York Hall of Science, visitors don’t have to learn by simply staring at the work and passively taking it in — they can touch the installations. Developed by Design I/O, a creative studio that specializes in the design and development of immersive installations, Connected Worlds is an exhibit that is made for those who learn best by doing.

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