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.
Clay delivered fourteen animations that form a key part of the six sections of the Information Age gallery at the Science Museum. The sequences explain communication technologies such as satellite networks, cable technology and GPS satellites.
Responding to the need to simplify potentially complex exhibits, Clay stripped back interfaces to accessible "white card" models of artefacts, with electromechanical controls.
Working with the Bank of England, Clay have created a multi-platform virtual tour app that allows users to explore this historic London building in three dimensions.
A Sustainable Cities Initiative by Siemens
With growing number of people using public spaces, it is increasingly important to keep large groups of people safe. Monitoring crowds enables us to understand where problems can occur and how to prevent them. The Crowd Control exhibit simulates a couple of scenarios where overcrowding can be dangerous, and challenges the visitor to make changes to the environments to prevent crowd congestion before it happens.