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The front passenger seat even has a computerized and interactive LED screen that creates a second cockpit all its own.
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Expect two stages of live music, interactive motion graphics, and a high-tech countdown that features 3D digital video mapping on two sides of City Hall.
And the Think It Up exhibition pieces are highly interactive – yet come with no instructions.
The most effective training, researchers say, is at least four hours, in person, interactive and tailored for the particular workplace — a restaurant's training would differ from a law firm's.
Train Seriously and Often The most effective training, researchers say, is at least four hours, in person, interactive and tailored for the particular workplace — a restaurant’s training would differ from a law firm’s.
Anderson was one of more than a dozen teen members of the Center Stage Players who created interactive, holiday movie- and television-themed displays for nine store windows along Jefferson Avenue and Main Street.
After the exhibit, guests were shuttled over to a brand-new building on the East River—the future site of a Jean-Georges Vongerichten restaurant, it was whispered—lined in red lighting and interactive photo booths.
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