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Responsive Spaces Pitch Interactive Exhibit
Pitch Interactive Exhibit is Silver Design Award winner in 2019 - 2020 Interface and Interaction Design Award Category.
Pitch Interactive Exhibit

Yogi Berra was a baseball icon. The museum dedicated to his greatness in Little Falls, NY, was looking for a modern and fun sparkling way to deliver his spirit to young and old. Responsive Spaces provided an easy to engage with, interactive exhibit which presents the physics of baseball to all visitors. The goal was to be convenient enough for indoor use while at the same time deliver some ball whirling action. By combining stylized illustrations with high-tech sensor magic Responsive Spaces created an installation, which meets all prerequisites and most importantly, is lots of fun to play!

Pitch Interactive Exhibit
Responsive Spaces Pitch
Responsive Spaces Interactive Exhibit
Responsive Spaces design
Responsive Spaces design
Responsive Spaces

Responsive Spaces is a studio for design and technology, that creates and develops immersive and interactive brand experiences. Its tangible and walkable digital installations focus on immersive and interactive story telling and therefore combine any kind of digital worlds with physical places and locations. Recent projects range from trade shows, exhibitions and digital enhanced architecture to live-events and digital prototyping. Responsive Spaces takes pride in focusing on the story and the messages that ought to be delivered and then leverages almost any kind of digital technology to propel them to new heights. Markus Pargfrieder is CEO & Founder of Responsive Spaces and has over 20 years of experience within the field of digital media and innovative technology.

Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center

The Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center is a museum on the campus of Montclair State University in Little Falls, New Jersey. It serves to honor the career of Yogi Berra, who played for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball and was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The museum, which contains artifacts from Berra's career, opened on December 4, 1998. It is adjacent to Yogi Berra Stadium.