The Thinkery in Austin has featured one of our exhibits, Ferrofluid, in a recent blog post asking, “What IS Ferrofluid?!” The post also features an interview with Josh Gill, a member of the Creative Machines team, and one of The Thinkery’s […]
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Creative Machines worked with non-profit organization, Potters for Peace, to design a new portable water filter press. Potters for Peace sets up small factories to produce point-of-use water filters where they are needed most. These water filters solve the huge problem […]
Ty Augsburger, Josh Gill, Lucas Conrad, and Eric Gustafson traveled to Austin, TX to install a group of interactive exhibits in the new Austin Children’s Museum.
We recently installed Heart Beacon and Heroic City for public artists Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock. Both pieces are located at the Emergency Coordination Center in Portland, Oregon. Heart Beacon is an interactive enclosure of light, color and sound that senses and […]
Ty Augsburger, Josh Gill, Lucas Conrad, and Eric Gustafson are hard at work fabricating new interactive exhibits for the Austin Children’s Museum. We are planning to install in a few weeks.
Joe O’Connell recently visited Himeji, Japan and toured the rooftop of the Piole building. Creative Machines will be creating a new interactive sculpture for the rooftop scheduled to installed next year. The artwork was inspired by the nearby Himeji Castle, the […]