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.
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.
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.
Clay developed the Bank's second mobile app for Android and iOS devices, detailing the range of bank notes currently in circulation.
The app features custom photography of each bank note in back-lit and UV light conditions, and allows users to zoom into the security features to find out more about how they work.
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.
To coincide with the Future by Airbus launch event, Clay produced iPad and iPhone apps to take the Concept Cabin to a wider audience.
Ralph Appelbaum Associates
By leveraging Clay's online content management system, staff at the National Museum of Scotland were able to edit placeholder content for the Window on the World exhibit whilst it was being developed and tested, streamlining the production process.
Land Design Studio
Clay designed and produced a scalable software system enabling Christie's to produce, schedule and deploy visually striking content throughout their newly refitted reception area at their London King Street building.
Land Design Studio
A suite of interactive music pods where visitors can get tuition and play along with their favourite artists on an instrument of their choice.
Containing over 500 objects, with everything from Acker Bilk's clarinet to Amy Winehouse's dress, the BME's permanent collection of memorabilia is organized into 21 individual showcases spread throughout the museum.
Interactive Timelines covering 1945 to the present day span the outer walls of the circular exhibition space which is split into 6 musical eras, each with it's own space coming off the central core.