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In the 90's, Fredric Raab developed interactive media for broadband, wireless and physical / virtual environments. Working at the two extremes of the bandwidth scale, he is an expert in the design and production of interactive experiences which grab and hold the visitor's attention and deliver critical information in small, compelling chunks.

For 10 years, he collaborated with design firms, Internet companies, and film/video studios to create memorable, large-scale experiences which integrate computer, video and Internet technologies.

His work has been installed at the California Science Center, National Scouting Museum, Liberty Science Center, Tennessee Valley Authority, Boston Museum of Science, Smithsonian Institute's National Museum of American History, Atlanta's SciTrek museum, and at SportsLab.

As an independent developer, he provided the following services to his clients:

  • conceive the nature of the viewer interaction,
  • write the interactive storyline,
  • research and develop the content,
  • design and code the software,
  • design and integrate the computer systems, and/or
  • serve as project manager or technical director.

He believed -- and still believes -- in delivering innovative, cost effective solutions -- on time, on budget.

The following information is available from his original late 90's website :


Last updated: Sep 2006