Perfect Prototype is a Philadelphia-based interactive exhibit design studio. They specialize in turning ‘what ifs’ into interactive experiences where people are the interface. The company strives to produce meaningful, memorable, and measurable results. Recently, CEO Matt Browning of Perfect Protype gave a presentation about Augmented Reality technology. He showed the audience of Animators, Graphic, Industrial, and Interactive Designers popular instances of Augmented Reality technology (think the first – down line in a televised football game). He then went on to show the enthusiastic students some of his recent projects, including an interactive heart and an interactive brain, both for science museums.
Lindsay Butler, a graduate of Philadelphia University, currently works for Perfect Prototype. She has produced motion graphics and 3D animation for such diverse clients as Universal Display Corporation and the American Anti – Vivisection Society. As an Interactive Design and Media student, her studies in drawing, photography, and illustration give her an unusual and integrated perspective on client projects.