Ideum has been creating meaningful interactive experiences in public spaces for more than 19 years.

Chromebox Touch Tables Now Available

Chromebox Touch Tables Now Available

March 5th, 2020

In January, we announced that we had built a Pico Touch Coffee Table using an AOPEN Chromebox Commercial 2 system. We received such a strong positive response that we are now offering this option for three of our multitouch models. The Pico Touch Coffee Table, the Drafting II, and the Platform II Touch Table are all now available with an integrated AOPEN Chromebox system. The Chromebox Commercial 2 option makes our line of touch tables significantly more flexible. The Chromebox is rated for 24/7 operation and has a 3-year warranty—j… Continue Reading.

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An Updated Message from Ideum about COVID-19

March 25th, 2020

Earlier this week, Ideum responded to the State of New Mexico’s Public Health Order by having our exhibit design, software, media systems, and administrative personnel work at home. Some of these employees had already been working remotely,… Continue Reading.

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Ideum Welcomes New Executive Producer

February 19th, 2020

After five years as Director of Exhibition Experience at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Becca Shreckenghast has moved west to become part of Ideum’s Creative Services team. Becca joins us with an extensive background in museum stud… Continue Reading.

Tangible Engine Now with Support for Node.js

Tangible Engine Now with Support for Node.js

January 2nd, 2020

Tangible Engine is a software framework that allows developers to build interactive touch table applications that recognize tangible objects. Built to work in conjunction with Ideum touch tables, we’ve developed Tangible Engine for a few ye… Continue Reading.

Ideum Joins Valle de Oro Team

Ideum Joins Valle de Oro Team

October 1st, 2019

Ideum is pleased to join the CF Padilla - Brycon, Formative Architecture, and Weddel Gillmore team to design and build educational exhibits for the new Visitor Center of the Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge in Albuquerque’s South Valley. Continue Reading.