This portion of the IBM Centennial exhibit explored five of the different ways that humans interact with the world around them. The categories covered were seeing, believing, acting, mapping, and understanding. I spent the most time on the “mapping” section. This segment showcased the different ways that maps had been used through time, and juxtaposed the archaic with the contemporary.
Below are several sets of iterations of design for the touch screen interactive.
Our initial idea was that at the end, the user would be prompted to select a map that they depend upon most - before they could see how their answer stacked up against others feedback. This second idea was abandoned, however.