We make physical space interactive. This might take the form of a sculpture in a building lobby that subtly responds to passersby, or an installation at an experience center that playfully introduces a new product to customers. We focus on creating shared experiences that leave people feeling connected to a place or a brand.
Founded in 2006 by MIT Media PhD and TED Fellow James Patten, we reinvest half of studio profits on internal R&D projects to explore the future of interactivity. So much of today’s technology leaves us feeling disconnected from each other. Our mission is to show the world how a different design approach can reconnect us. Real, in-person, face-to-face, human-to-human connection.
Our clients benefit from this experimentation through a broader range of experiential possibilities, and new technologies to back those up. In other words, a broader vocabulary of interactivity. This way we can focus on strategy first, and let that drive the experiential concept without being constrained by technology.