Hello friends, this video showcases some of the physical components, hardware and prototyping tools you can use while creating your storytelling boxes. The examples were
The past few weeks we have been working with the folks as the Mary Riley Styles Public Library in Falls Church, VA on creating their
It turns out that democratizing our game platform with Hive Mechanic servers involves some serious legal thinking. A dream for our group is to help
Catch us at one of these locations for our panels, demos of games and interactive stories, Q&A for library applicants, and just to say hi.
Each year, the DC Public Library hosts a bike event to connect the city’s branches. This year, eight locations were featured with Hive Mechanic that
A popular model is a call-in line with kids’ voices, advice and reflections. But why not try this for monuments, public art and local history
We are exploring a toolkit for “make your own exhibition” — featuring a great compilation of maker technologies. Demo of “Duck and the Fairy” with
To make your own audio experience, load the Hive Mechanic Builder, open the “Activities” section, and click the plus button to create a new activity.
While QR codes (short for “Quick Response codes”) have been around since the mid-1990s, there has been a resurgence and popularized use of them in
We demonstrated three interactive stories and neighborhood games to regional libraries from Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Here are some video highlights, shot at the central