On November 18th, 2014, Second Story, with creative partner Universal Everything, launched a monumental screen at the crossroads of the world in Times Square, New York and with it a new conversation about the convergence of art, commerce and technology.

Using science as a lens of discovery, the Learning to See exhibit at the Denver Botanic Gardens combines innovative technology and a variety of media to create a self-guided, exploratory experience. This permanent exhibit in the Garden’s new Science Pyramid invites visitors to look more closely at the world around them to uncover the complexity of the web of life and the part that plants play in our ecosystems.

An innovative workshop empowered ordinary people to create extraordinary animations using their cell phone, the Vine app, and a little help from Verizon Wireless and its products.

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 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.

A nine-minute, multi-screen Overture film introduces visitors to the landscapes of North Carolina, both cultural and environmental, while communicating the vision of the Commons.