Visitors manipulate a 3-D model of Kauffman Stadium in real time, learning about the design process while creating unique ballparks they can send to themselves via e-mail.

Recreated in three dimensions, this interactive whaling ship lets visitors examine every notable feature above and below decks to learn about life on board a vehicle that brought us America’s first oil industry.

Through a comprehensive database of images and objects connected to an interactive map of the plantation and a navigable 3-D recreation of the home, this Web site brings the experience of being at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello to life online.

Through this media-rich experience, Web site and kiosk users explore a 3-D house to discover a Chinese region’s renowned architecture and the generations of a family that made it their home.

Interactive maps, measured drawings, and models of every tomb in the Valley of the Kings interconnect thousands of photographs, illustrations, and exhaustive research in this new standard for archeological publishing.

Two expansive interactive tables engage groups in diverse activities that reveal the strategic and technological aspects of the Great War as well as its cultural and political legacies.