“The Marvel Experience”, a traveling, interactive indoor theme park intended to bring the Marvel universe to cities across the country will instead be shutting down early. The show’s summer tour will end after it completes a three week...Show More Summary
A new series of travel ads has pedestrians using their headphones to engage with the world, rather than block it out.
It’s a big week for time travel; July 3 marks the 30th anniversary of the release of Back To The Future and tomorrow, July 1, Arnold Schwarzenegger is back on the big screen in Terminator: Genisys. When dealing with time travel in film, things can get a little wonky. Show More Summary
Sarah Towle is trying to raise $40,000 for her company Time Traveler Tours & Tales to build an interactive story app that gives a tour of historic Florence through Mary Hoffman’s Tale of Renaissance Giants: Michelangelo & David. TheShow More Summary
I wrote about Scroll-o-Meter, an unusual Chrome extension that keeps track of how far your finger travels each day, a couple of weeks back. Now here’s an even more brain frazzling experiment from the same team: Jazz.computer. Created by...Show More Summary
Some people really don't want to interact with other people while traveling. Some people cherish the chance to disengage from the noisy world buzzing around them while stuck in airports. Some people dread the idea of having to acknowledge strangers in a sterile place. [ more › ]
There's a new map that will help you chart exactly how much Manhattan has changed over the years. This week, the New York Public Library released an interactive website that allows users to travel back in time using the Library's historical photography database. Show More Summary
Celebrity Cruises and Diageo Global Travel Americas have partnered to launch the world’s first "World Class Bar.” The bar provides interactive and luxurious drinks experiences created by World Class-certified mixologists. Read the rest of the story at: World’s first "World Class Bar” onboard the Celebrity Eclipse
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has kicked off their LEGO Dimensions marketing campaign with a blast from our Nerdy past. That’s right, everyone’s favorite time traveling scientist inventor Doc Brown (Christopher Lloyd) from Back to the Future is smack dab in the middle of the LEGO Dimensions mix. What happens when Doc Brown receives a mysterious […]
You’ve changed a lot since birth, so has the Earth. A new interactive website developed by the BBC investigates how you and the Earth have changed together. How many times has your heart beaten? How many miles have you traveled through...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Travelers Tales announced they’d be getting in on the toys-to-life category of games with Lego Dimensions last month. Lego Dimensions would blend together a variety of Lego Universes together, which will include The Lord of the Rings, DC Comics, Back to the Future, and more. Show More Summary
Games and interactive movies are fun, but modern virtual reality systems like the Oculus Rift also have the ability to let people travel and experience the world without ever leaving their couch. And the DORA telepresence robot, which can perfectly match the movements of someone wearing a headset, will help make that VR experience even more immersive. Read more...
Still from Traveling While Black, by Roger Ross Williams, an interactive experience Years ago, when I first started writing about films, I remember attending a luncheon for the Tribeca All Access program, offered by the Tribeca Film Institute, during the Tribeca Film Festival in NYC. Show More Summary
If you plan on traveling internationally, you might be surprised to see what countries have for their second language. This interactive map makes it easy to explore the whole world and see how many places might let you get by with just English. Read more...
The Jetsons, that candy-colored cartoon about a family living in the future, was actually a bit of a time traveler. It premiered in 1962 on ABC and was the network's first show to ever be broadcast in color. From interactive newspapers to video chatting, here are some of the inventions from The Jetsons that are a part of our world today.
The Today show is sending four U.K.-based foodies around the U.S. to educate them on American food. The SORTEDfood interactive tour kicks off on April 23. Today will follow the group as they travel across the country and fans have the...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Travelers Tales Games have announced its entry into the toys-to-life category of games with Lego Dimensions, which will blend a variety of Lego universes together, including The Lord of theShow More Summary
Whenever Paris-based photographer Jean Bastien Lagrange travels he makes sure to keep one of our Horse Head Masks in his luggage, using it as an unexpected way to interact with people wherever he goes. He also uses it as a single consistent...Show More Summary
Back in 2013, I wrote a blog post about how I would choose my next travel destination using “The Big Mac Index“. For those unfamiliar, The Big Mac Index is an interactive map used to measure the purchasing power between two currencies...Show More Summary
Saskatchewanians and Quebecers might feel a bit shafted by Sen. Mike Duffy, the travelling salesman whose fundraisers and campaign stops in the Conservative Party’s name touched most of Canada. By… The post Interactive: Mike Duffy from coast to coast to coast appeared first on Macleans.ca.