Designer Nicholas Rougeux created an interactive version of one of the first multicolor books, which turned Euclid’s pivotal geometric ideas into visual diagrams
Very Very Short is a series from the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and ARTE of 10 web-based interactive projects.
Complied from 50 years of documents, the map allows you to discover facts about structures you may walk by every day.
Migration Trail is a 10-day interactive story that unfolds in real time as it follows two migrants on their journey to Europe.
Fullbright’s new theater-inspired game Tacoma immerses players in a space station haunted by the ghosts of its missing crew.
Tiffany Hsiung’s The Space We Hold spotlights the stories of three women held in sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II.
Bear 71 VR is an interactive documentary that uses trail camera footage and animal tracking to follow the life of one grizzly in Banff National Park.
Carl Burton’s “Islands: Non-Places” is an interactive exploration into the strangeness of the mass-produced modern world.
Only three fluent speakers of Marra remain. ‘My Grandmother’s Lingo’ is an interactive animation that asks users to speak words from this endangered Aboriginal language.
“Go to your happy place,” the game attendant told me as the digital kitchen on my screen filled with milk and I was drowning.
Last month, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) voted to recommend 30 of the sites from its backlog of nearly 100 as potential landmarks.
A new data visualization tool called Histography transforms Wikipedia’s entries on historic events into an interactive timeline