The 1.8 million square foot building Commenting

The 1.8 million square foot building will expand the airport's capacity by 12 million passengers annually by adding 15 gates. (The airport rose from the 27th busiest in 2020 to the 31st busiest in 2019 to become the seventh busiest in the world in 2021 with 40.4 million passengers.) The new terminal, however, is profoundly altering the airport experience for visitors, not merely expanding its capacity. This is a high-tech, low-touch terminal, to start. According to Kevin Thibault, CEO of driving directions Orlando International Airport, "in Terminal C,…

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NC School Monitor Prototyping

Each year NCDPI makes 1.5 million rows of student achievement data available as open data. This goes down to each grade and subject all of NC’s 2,600 public and charter schools. The school monitor enables the public to visualize and compare this data. This encourages parent involvement and choice in their children’s current and potential schools.

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Durham Born Exhibit Interactive Prototyping

The Museum of Durham History is installing an exhibit on Durham’s historic hospitals (Watts, Lincoln, and Duke) in the Health and Human Services building (414 E Main). The exhibit contains text and images, and the MoDH is interested in prototyping an interactive element that will allow people who were born in these hospitals to show their Durham pride.

The exhibit started out at the History Hub, where staff and volunteers noticed that a lot of visitors proudly declared that they were born in these hospitals. As it makes its way into the community, the MoDH wants to nurture that pride…

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