CREATING INTERACTIVE ADVENTURES THROUGH MOTION-SENSING DEVICES
Developing games using the Microsoft’s Kinect technology where up to 4 players of ranging ages and abilities can play simultaneously on a 30+ ft video wall.
Turning history into a hands-on experience
Perfect Prototype developed multiple interactive exhibits including a multi-user, multi-touch table that brings history alive to visitors of all ages.
A technological approach to linking museums with careers
Fascinating and educating young people in a limited amount of time to spark an interest in science-related careers. Perfect Prototype imagined and created a museum-wide system of stations that links experiences at exhibits to career options.
Strengthening and Building School Pride
Creating a unique fan experience with two massive multi-touch video walls composed of multiple monitors turning into interactive game stations and information monitors, showing a directory of staff as well as showing all-time greats and highlight videos.
Sophisticated, intuitive, and information-rich
Sliding monitors are a creative, efficient, and high-impact way to display volumes of information dynamically in a unique, self-paced, multimedia experience.
Physical and Virtual Interactives Highlight Past and Future Hockey Greats
Creating intuitive ways to preserve the excitement of Pittsburgh Penguins fans. Visitors can explore the Stanley Cup, create their own bobble-head, test their own hockey skills, or learn about the all-time Pittsburgh greats.
We specialize in turning “what ifs” into interactive experiences where people are the interface. We ensure that our creative projects produce meaningful, memorable, and measureable results.
With traditional video and paper media reaching their limits of effectiveness, Perfect Prototype offers clever, user-centric technologies with intuitive interfaces that turn ordinary events into remembered experiences. Our approach is to use a range of digital tools to compress enormous amounts of visual and text information into compact, technology-driven displays.