MADE FOR THE MEDIA

INTO OUTSIDE

Into Outside’s project goals are to eliminate barriers to young people connecting them with the outdoors by introducing them to the park’s natural wonders through emerging and social media. We also seek to provide the technology vehicles for partners to reach their community and provide online forums for facilitating feedback.

INTO OUTSIDE addresses key issues.

Into Outside serves ARC Program Youth

  • Provides urgently needed tools and resources for youth to learn about and explore wild places
  • Offers culturally relevant programming in multiple languages
  • Addresses cultural interpretations regarding safety risks from being outdoors
  • Improves availability of viable open space
  • Extends programming and outreach to a broader range of youth
  • Provides  youth  community a voice through online, social and mobile media
  • Enables people everywhere to explore the wonder and beauty of the outside with digestible interpretation
  • Provides a mobile tool to empower a park visitor with more information
  • Inspires youth and their community to visit and protect wilderness areas

Learn More About Into Outside

Visit the Into Outside Online Platform.

GET DOWN TO EARTH

Get Down To Earth was a not-for-profit education project focusing storm drain pollution. Program partners included the Audubon Society, Nature Conservancy, Sony Studios, City of Culver City, Culver City Unified School District. We developed a curriculum, as well as numerous class activities ranging from field trips, invasive species removal, assemblies, campus clean ups, art projects, video production, even a rap song! It was a great success and impacted many lives, as well as the community.

Get Down To Earth from Amy Seidman.

HOUSE OF THE SUN

Case Study: “House of the Sun” Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii
Holistic design with Made For the Media Platform and Interpretation Tools offer numerous solutions for convergence media needs throughout the National Park system. Our mission is to enhance the use of emerging media to enhance park experience in a meaningful and memorable way.

Project Goals

To Develop Media That Is As Factual As It Is Fascinating

  • Create unique content that is as factual as it is fascinating and deliver to the public through multiple channels, technologies and formats
  • Foster understanding of cultures and natural environments through the products and exhibits we produce
  • Enrich, inspire and positively impact education, sustainable solutions and preservation

Haleakala Site Overview

  • Multidimensional topics worthy of immersive and interactive experiences
  • Rich in biology
  • Living anthropology
  • Geological interests
  • Delicate ecosystem
  • Backcountry adventures
  • Scientific research

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INTERCONNECTIVITY

A multiplatform exhibition demonstrating the “Interconnectivity” of all life.

Imagine what would happen if we eliminated the mosquito. What species would then cease to exist? This kind of question has been pondered but few living models exist in real time to demonstrate and follow biodiversity.

MEN OF MAMONI

A sample of video that make up our multi platform exhibiton. “Men of Mamoni” short film is a peak at some of the topics and the organization Earth Train which is the focal point. It is the first of a series of short films about this area.

Interconnectivity, A Biodiversity Exhibit is a seamless multiplatform interpretive experience about Panama’s Mamoní Valley Preserve Rainforest. The proposed project builds on pertinent work Earth Train an organization preserving this area and their partners Dr. Healy Hamilton, Jane Goodall, Danilla Perez and other noted leaders. One of the features is real time data visualization of Hamilton’s work GPS mapping species for her biodiversity project, to be displayed as part of the exhibit installation, and available to view online though the project Internet site. Other components include a virtual immersive dome experience, mobile application, interactive touch screen presentations, social media and broadcast components.

Interconnectivity uses innovative technology and media to extend STEM literacy by conveying the diverse topics of this area, the work of biologists including Hamilton’s biodiversity mapping, and Jane Goodall’s studies around the Howler monkey. We bring to light the relationship of the indigenous tribe the Kuna people and their relationship with the region and impact on preserving the pristine habitat that remains. We also highlight the work of Earth Train in developing youth leaders through education within this precious environment..

IRELAND

A colorful exploration of Ireland’s villages and life.
Photography © Amy Seidman.


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