Part of a magical evening honoring Hermès’s most important customers, this series of interactive mirror experiences played with guests’ sense of perception and illusion, delighting them with unexpected reflections.

Visitors explore custom maps and 3D graphics to learn the rich history of Pennsylvania’s First Fork Valley, from pre-industry communities to present-day conservation efforts.

This immersive digital experience draws viewers into Dutch artist Gerrit van Honthorst’s 1636 masterpiece Triumph of the Winter Queen: Allegory of the Just, a monumental portrait inspired by the turbulent lives of Elizabeth Stuart and Frederick V, once the King and Queen of Bohemia.

At the heart of the new Hunt Library at North Carolina State University is the Emerging Issues Commons, a dynamic interactive installation focused on public policy where visitors come to learn, collaborate, and take action.

Interactive kiosks where visitors can sign up to get involved with solutions to the issues facing North Carolina are strategically placed throughout the Commons.

The Connections Area brings data to life. A 16-foot interactive wall displays general information about the state while nearby interactive tables provide a chance to get more detailed with the data.