A Local Natural History Museum - Dinosaur Hall

Black Hammer was hired by a local Natural History Museum to provide a complete overhaul to almost thirty Fossil Hall touch-screen kiosks.

Sensacell Sequencer

 

This is an interactive Sensacell application. It's a sound and light toy that can be installed in public spaces. This is our first Sensacell piece. The first stop is an installation at the Garner Art Center in Garnerville, NY, October 14th and 15th. 

major museum located in New York City - Museum Kiosk Flash interactive kiosk

Black Hammer was asked to develop a series of Flash Templates for an interactive visualization of GIS data, to be deployed in Kiosks located in the earth science galleries of a major museum located in New York City.

Abbott Laboratories - Ultra Challenge

Abbott Laboratories needed a kiosk developed for medical trade shows demonstrating a medical advance that improves the clarity of ultrasound images and increases the diagnostic confidence of the doctors who use them. Black Hammer developed a cutting-edge presentation which included a simulated ultrasound examination on a mannequin. This presence attracted substantial interest with medical professionals.

New York MTA Subway Simulation Game

Matthew Schlanger and Carl Huebner, of Studio Mercenary, teamed up and, working with Robin White of Media Combo, created a subway simulator game for the MTA. While building a new subway line along 2nd Avenue from 63rd Street to 96th Street, the MTA opened a Community Information Center to engage and excite the neighborhood, as well as answer questions and field complaints. The game, called "Test Drive the Second Avenue Subway," was installed at the CIC as well.

A Local Natural History Museum - Tree of Life

A local Natural History Museum asked Black Hammer to create a touchscreen interactive display called The Tree of Life for their Hall of Human Origins.

New York MTA Subway Simulation Game

Matthew Schlanger and Carl Huebner, of Studio Mercenary, teamed up and, working with Robin White of Media Combo, created a subway simulator game for the MTA. While building a new subway line along 2nd Avenue from 63rd Street to 96th Street, the MTA opened a Community Information Center to engage and excite the neighborhood, as well as answer questions and field complaints. The game, called "Test Drive the Second Avenue Subway," was installed at the CIC as well.