Clay created four pieces for the bold new permanent gallery, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, at the Science Museum in London. The Gallery explores the role mathematicians, their tools and ideas have played in building the world we live in. Our exhibits explain how some of the objects on display work and the mathematics involved.
The Design Museum's first free permanent display of its collection: Designer Maker User tells the story of contemporary design through these three interconnected roles "from the spoon to the city". Clay was invited to design four iPadPro based interactives for the gallery's activity tables. Two of the tables use RFID technology and real physical models as interfaces.
The Science Museum's 'Our Lives in Data' exhibition explores some of the diverse ways information about us is being collected, analysed and used. 'Big data' is transforming the world around us and as the amount of data collected grows, so does the debate around data ownership.
For the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings, Clay designed and produced a suite of interactive exhibits for English Heritage's Battle Abbey visitor centre and Gatehouse exhibition site. Through a series of interactive exhibits and soundtracks, the story of the fight for the throne and the implication of the battle are explained through easy to understand animations.
Three Centuries is a new exhibition at the The Library and Museum of Freemasonry to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the United Grand Lodge of England.
The Masquerade film offers an interactive, fictional view of the Venetian masquerade. Visitors stand in front of a doorway that takes them on a journey in three acts: first at a ball, then in a gambling hall known as the ridotto, and finally at a commedia dell'arte performance in a Venetian piazza. The visitor is guided through the experience by a harlequin character who encourages them to copy poses and interact with the characters on screen.
Samuel Pepys was one of the most colourful and appealing characters from history and witnessed many of the great events that shaped 17th century Britain, bringing them brilliantly to life in his famous and candid diary.
Choosing the right career path in Film and Television can be daunting, so Clay has been working with BAFTA to help make some of the decisions about what career to go into easier.
25 October 2015 marks the 600th anniversary of the battle of Agincourt, one of the pivotal events in the tumultuous relationship between England and France during the Hundred Years War (1337-1453).
Working with exhibition designers Land Design Studio and FQC Media, Clay created 48 media cubes, 2 augmented reality apps, interactive panoramic environments, audience participation apps and media players for film presentation. These are all designed to run day and night in a spectacular outdoor environment designed by Foster and Partners.
Clay devised and delivered ten interactive software exhibits and fourteen animated sequences for the Science Museum's latest flagship gallery which was opened by Her Majesty the Queen on 24th October 2014.
Working closely with the museum curators, Clay designed and developed 6 key exhibits, including animated stories, narrative diagrams and an interactive map.
Clay has designed and delivered ten interactive exhibits for the newly renovated Bletchley Park, home of the code breakers, following a successful £8m Heritage Lottery Funded restoration project.
Working with the Bank of England, Clay have created two multi-platform mobile apps, both available on the iOS App Store and Google Play.
Using novel interfaces and surprising techniques, Clay have worked with exhibition designers Casson Mann and graphic designers Nick Bell to bring to life fascinating content about how the Royal Navy shaped individual lives and the course of British history.
A large-scale timekeeping installation for 'Late At Tate: Chronology' at Tate Britain.
The Octagon Gallery is a unique new exhibition space for staff, students and visitors to University College London.
Sitting below the famous landmark dome, glass showcases display treasures from across the University's collections.
The Crystal is a sustainable cities initiative by Siemens exploring how we can create a better future for our cities. Home to the world's largest permanent exhibition focused on urban sustainability, it reveals the challenges that cities face, and the ways we can reduce their environmental impact using sustainable technology.
Working with design studio Zip, Clay developed an iPad app for MTV's Staying Alive foundation. The foundation is an international content-producing and grant giving organisation dedicated to stopping the spread of HIV among young people.
Clay created an interactive map installation for the British Library's summer exhibition 'Writing Britain: Wastelands to Wonderlands', part of the official London 2012 Festival.
Clay worked with creative agency HarrimanSteel to create innovative display cases and projections for CASIO's first concept store in London. The store showcases CASIO's premium brands: G-SHOCK PREMIUM, BABY-G PREMIUM, EDIFICE, SHEEN and PROTREK.
Clay created a real-size digital facsimile of the St Cuthbert Gospel for the British Library.
Over 140,000 people from across the UK and the world visited the Hajj exhibition during it's two and half month run.
The Evening Standard's Brian Sewell declared it "An exhibition of profound cultural importance" and the Guardian's Jonathan Jones said it as "one of the most brilliant exhibitions the British Museum has put on".
Opened by Her Majesty The Queen, Royal Manuscripts: The Genius of Illumination, showcases the world's largest collection of illuminated royal manuscripts collected by the kings and queens of England for over 800 years.
Mick and Jon (Modern Toss) asked Clay to build them an interactive coffee table based on their well-known periodic table of swearing.
WARNING! Explicit language - Viewer discretion advised.
Following a major three-year redevelopment, the National Museum of Scotland aims take visitors on a journey through the wonders of nature, science and discovery and the cultures of the world.
Working with the communications agency Good Relations, Clay helped Airbus S.A.S. launch their vision of the future of air travel.
Out of this World: Science Fiction but not as you know it, is the British Library's first exhibition to explore science fiction through literature, film, illustration and sound.
Exciting family-friendly exhibition at the Natural History Museum featuring life-size dinosaurs!
The British Music Experience gets mobile and goes on tour around the UK.
The Science Museum's Atmosphere gallery is a fresh and exciting way to make sense of the climate.
Camera vision, augmented reality and gesture based interface techniques were all used across a variety of display formats to create some truly engaging narratives in this exciting and increasingly important area of the Museum.
Extraordinary Heroes at the Imperial War Museum tells the fascinating and inspiring personal stories of Victoria and George Cross awardees.
This critically acclaimed temporary exhibition in the Reading Room of the British Museum explores the mysteries of the afterlife in ancient Egypt.
Who am I? invites visitors to explore the science of who they are through intriguing objects, provocative artworks and hands-on exhibits.
The Darwin Centre represents the future for the Natural History Museum as a world leader in researching the burning issues facing humans and the natural world.
The British Music Experience is a unique, permanent exhibition dedicated to the history of popular music in Britain.
A scalable software solution that enables Christie's to produce, schedule and deploy visually striking content front of house in London and around the world.
A real-time ambient clock installation for the headquarters of Horus Capital in Moscow, Russia.
This is question is answered by the work of children taking part in the joined up design for schools programme, showcased at the Sorrell Foundation, Somerset House, London.
Promoting Medicine Together, is a permanent exhibition at Tokyo's Miraikan Museum in Japan which encourages visitors to think about the future of medicine in new and engaging ways.