Ideum is a multidisciplinary creative and technology team making unforgettable experiences.
In early 2018, the XPRIZE Foundation came to Ideum with an exciting idea: work with us to build an engaging interactive exhibit about emerging medical technologies and install it at 5 US science museums. We accepted the challenge, and after months of interface design, hardware and software development, and user testing (including a daylong evaluation session at Albuquerque’s own Explora Science Center), these high-tech exhibits are debuting at science centers on both coasts at no cost to participating museums.
Ideum has teamed up with Cochiti Pueblo artist, potter, and fashion designer Virgil Ortiz to create a projection mapped installation as part of Ortiz’s ReVOlution: Rise Against the Invasion exhibition
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
Ideum and Smithsonian staff collaborated to create a suite of exhibits about space exploration for the National Air and Space Museum - the most popular museum in North America.
National World War II Museum
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Stashed / West of West
Ideum worked with design firm West of West to create an innovative and engaging display system for Stashed, a newly-opened shoe and clothing store in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood.
Carefully take a petri dish from the Biohazard cooler. Place the unknown (and possibly deadly) sample on the surface of the touch table. And learn the answer to the critical question: Can it kill you?
Planes of Fame Air Museum
Ideum was honored to collaborate with the Planes of Fame Air Museum in California to design a unique way to explore the history of World War II’s most celebrated aircraft.
Institute of Museum and Library Services
Over the last two years, Ideum worked with Omeka to produce Omeka Everywhere, a multitouch table and mobile application.
Ideum’s New Mexico home means that we are close to one of the nation’s oldest and most vibrant cultures: the pueblo peoples of the American southwest.