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All posts tagged “science”

Thought I'd share a slice of what I've been working on. I'm currently as a museum and we'll sometimes to exhibit extensions to build on smaller exhibits or enhance visiting ones to fill in weak points.

We're about to feature a King Tut exhibit and created a scavenger hunt map for kids to play with. As part of that we created this fictional Young Archaeologist and Explorer Society that kids can be "inducted" into with an embossing stamp if they complete the challenges.

I'll be posting more finished stuff on my Dribble and Instagram if people are interested in seeing more!

Scientific animator job at the Animation Lab in Utah with Dr. Janet Iwasa.

"The Animation Lab creates information-rich and visually compelling animations that capture current hypotheses on diverse molecular and cellular processes. These visualizations have broad applications in scientific research, communication, education and outreach. We are also interested in creating new tools and workflows that will enable researchers to more readily create dynamic visualizations of the processes they study. "

Link: https://animationlab.utah.edu/join