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IBM Think Exhibit – Data Wall

The IBM data wall was the introduction to the Think Exhibit at the Lincoln Center. This exhibit celebrated IBM’s centennial year, and 100 years of human progress. The wall aimed to educate the public about five areas of interest to the New York community. These included air quality, water waste, potential solar energy, fraud detection, and traffic sensing.

Chris Ballardcompiled extensive preliminary research and concept development for all five areas of interest. However, his main focus for design was the solar and traffic sections.

Programming designers Casey Reas, David Wicks, Jonathan Cecil, and Rhazes Spell all collaborated on this wall.







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