To mark the 300th anniversary of the passing of the Longitude Act in July 1714, Clay have helped develop a landmark exhibition which tells the extraordinary story of the race to determine longitude.
Clay has designed and delivered four new interactives for the National Maritime Museum's new permanent gallery Nelson, Navy, Nation, which opened on Trafalgar Day 21st October 2013.
Within the renovated Hut 8, Clay have created five interactive exhibits that explore some of the advanced codebreaking techniques employed at Bletchley Park during the war.
Clay have designed and delivered a number interactive exhibits for Bletchley Park, home of the code breakers, following a successful £8m Heritage Lottery Funded restoration programme.
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This mutli-user interactive allows visitors to explore the different features of the Cretaceous and Jurassic periods, including climate, plants and animals.
This fun interactive allows multiple visitors to go through the process of scientific discovery, from digging up fossils to using the latest scanning techniques to reveal the secrets hidden in a variety of artefacts, including dinosaur poo! (known as coprolite to the experts).
Clay produced the interactive Periodic Table of Swearing for Modern Toss. It was built in our Hoxton Street studio during our summer holidays. It's constructed from over 100 buttons, CNC'ed and laser cut MDF, direct to media printing, over 100 meters of cabling, over 300 soldered joints and a whole lot of swearing!
The predictions table is a fun quiz that tests multiple players' science fiction knowledge.