- Create multimedia games and activities to spark the pre-visit interest
- Develop interactive content for post-visit research
- Design learning guides and lesson plans for teachers to use in their classrooms
Check out the online game we developed for the wonderful Bubbalogna exhibit in the Children’s Discovery Museum in San Jose, CA.
Interactive Content for Learning
At nGinE designs, we challenge ourselves to go beyond the eye-catching graphics and cool animations to create interactive content with a focus on the learning outcome.
Explore some of the activities we developed for Round-Ed Curriculum Designs.
- A sound information architecture
- An intuitive interaction design
- Pedagogically sound educational content
- Focus on the essential 21st century skills of problem-solving, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration
Posted on November 25, 2018
The British Museum is a museum in London dedicated to human history and culture.
Its permanent collection, numbering some eight million works, is amongst the largest and most comprehensive in existence and originates from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present.
The British Museum was established in 1753, largely based on the collections of the physician and scientist Sir Hans Sloane. The museum first opened to the public on 15 January 1759 in Montagu House in Bloomsbury, on the site of the current museum building. Its expansion over the following two and a half centuries was largely a result of an expanding British colonial footprint and has resulted in the creation of several branch institutions, the first being the British Museum (Natural History) in South Kensington in 1887.
Some objects in the collection, most notably the Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon, are the objects of intense controversy and of calls for restitution to their countries of origin.
Other British Museums on my Channel Natural History Museum; http://youtu.be/ZC4vxP4BjM0 Science Museum; http://youtu.be/MxUniDpEFi8 Imperial War Museum; http://youtu.be/tHyvoGEG6oI National Maritime Museum; http://youtu.be/QBvSivcB8Lc Royal Observatory, Greenwich; http://youtu.be/m8F6QJLOUNM
Posted on October 21, 2018
After our Empire State Building adventure, the kids wanted to do something closer to the ground. So we head over to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum on 42nd Street. The museum is home to a wide range of wax figures (constructed out of bees wax and Japan wax). They have everything from Film & TV celebrities, World Leaders, Marvel Super Heroes, Pop Superstars, Sports Figures, Pop Culture, and more.
The cool part is you can get up close and pose for a photo (or video). The kids got to create a wax hand by dipping their hands in hot wax! Then we headed over to the Marvel Super Heroes 4D Experience and saw a cool 3D movie with some added sensory effects (4D).
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You already KNOW that trans fats are deadly, so I won’t go into all of the science as to why trans fats kill you and DAMAGE your cell membranes in your body…leading to all sorts of scary health problems like cancer, obesity, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and more.
Knowing these facts, I’m sure you already know to stay away from foods that contain partially hydrogenated vegetable oils. You’ve heard that a million times before.
This is the excruciating moment a priceless clock falls from a museum wall and smashes into pieces after a curious visitor touches it and knocks it off its hook.
The CCTV footage was posted online by employees at the National Watch and Clock Museum, in Columbia, Pennsylvania, where the incident took place.
Written alongside the clip is the warning: ‘This is why we beg and plead with our visitors to please refrain from touching objects in museums.’
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Posted on August 16, 2018
We were at Madame Tussauds in London, and we had to use this opportunity to have our own statues… by whatever means necessary.
It is not the wax statue of Justin Bieber, but it’ll make you laugh more. We promise.
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Tokyo is loaded with museums, hundreds of them from art to science. If normal museums are a bore to you or you want to try something new, let me tell you about this place! The TOKYO MUSEUM OF SEWAGE!
Here, you’ll spend the day learning about Tokyo’s sewer system, how it works and even get a chance to go inside the main sewer pipe suspending on a platform over the free flowing raw crap.
Perfect for families — or maybe for the second or third date with someone special 🙂 either way, Kodaira city is a really relaxing place to hang out, a few really cool cafes and restaurants near the station.
Best of all, this experience is free!
What are you waiting for?
Kodaira Sewage Museum http://www.city.kodaira.tokyo.jp.e.fj.hp.transer.com/static/gesui_fureai/gesui_index.html
How to get there: Take the JR CHUO LINE from Shinjuku to KOKUBUNJI STATION (14 minutes).
Change to the Seibu Kokubunji Line for 2 stops to TAKANODAI STATION.
Exit TAKANODAI STATION and take a left. You will see a sign for the museum at the small bridge. Use the Google Map for reference.
Vidéo en français : http://youtu.be/7wXwwGXUMgE
How well do you really know the most famous museum in the world?
In the heart of the former home of the King’s of France, stands the famous glass pyramids of Pei (extremely controversial in 1988). A few feet away, the artist Anselm Kiefer is installed in the northern staircase of la Cour carrée, for contemporary art also has a place inside the museum. A full program of temporary exhibitions, film projections and concerts makes the Louvre a fascinating place to be.
Thus, the Louvre is « a secular institution resolutely focused on the future ».
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Located somewhere in Southern California This is an exclusive look inside Hondas collection Hall or as many call it The secret museum. It is not open to the public and only seen by few in the whole world. I went in with my camera and filmed every car in the whole museum. Watch as I show you and climb through them all one by one. Sit back and enjoy over 30 minutes of amazing Honda cars, concepts indy racers, and more. Including Honda Accords, Civics, Preludes, N600, Z600, Indy cars, Rare Mugen CRX, NSX, S2000, Hybrids and more.
HondaPro Mailing address is P.O. Box 416 Naperville IL 60566
Redline Reviews of the 1994 Legend coupe click here http://youtu.be/s-pKIZKuA9w
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Special thank you to American Honda for allowing me to film in your amazing and awesome Collection Hall.
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In which we go to The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri, and give you some pointers on how to visit an art museum. Seems easy enough, but there are ways to maximize your experience. What are your museum tricks and tips? Let’s talk about it in the comments!
Many thanks to The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art for giving us access to their wonderful institution. Their admission is free, but they can only do this because of donations and memberships. So while we joke that you should always find a way to get in for free, you should also consider supporting your local institutions whenever you can and in whatever way you can. This can be through membership, donations, attending events, or volunteering your time. (And if you happen to have an amazing art collection of your own, you should will it to a museum. Really. Your grandchildren won’t appreciate it nearly as much as an entire city will for many generations to come.)
Learn more about the Kemper: www.kemperart.org.
And find out ways to support it: https://www.kemperart.org/involved/index.asp
Posted on March 9, 2018
This not an invitation to break the law. Just an invitation to break rules !!! to be spontaneous, and to make the most out of every life opportunity 😀 My friend Jack and I love Art and we were both at the Museum that day and wanted to get some photos/videos. We were not using a flash and there were absolutely no reason security should have stop us from creating content that day. But they did… And so wee had to improvise 😀 The idea of staying overnight was totally spontaneous and not calculated. We didn’t touch or move or damage any piece of Art in the museum and only touched all of them with our eyes 🙂
We hope the directors of Le Musée D’Orsay won’t be too upset to see this video online. Because I love your Museum and deep down I just hope this video makes your museum look fun and bring you guys lots of younger visitors 😀
Whatever happens this will always remain one of the best night of my life so… NO REGRETS 😀
Thank you if you are reading this
I hope the video inspires you to go have fun todayyyyy !!!!