Interactive Education

Ignite growth. Interactive experiences that engage users, boost attendance, and transform learning.

Stage 2 has a proven track record of producing world-class interactive experiences for major educational clients including the US Department of Education.

New technologies like VR and AR often require a lot of overhead to integrate and maintain. To solve these issues, Stage 2 has developed innovative technology-based education solutions that are easy to set up and much easier to support. This simplicity frees up staff and IT resources,  enabling educators to offer cutting-edge interactive education without the huge commitment of resources.

Virtual Science Lab for ETS / US Department of Education


Stage 2 is currently developing a Virtual Science Lab (VSL) tablet application for the US Department of Education’s National Assessment of Educational Progress, an authentic and engaging means of assessing 8th grade students’ knowledge and skills in science and engineering through a first-person interactive virtual laboratory.

Pacific Science Center Augmented Reality


The Pacific Science Center in Seattle wanted to breathe new life into an old exhibit. Stage 2 built a tablet-based AR experience that overlays virtual 3D content on a real world scene. The result was a cost-effective update to an existing exhibit, attracting new visitors after a relatively short development period.

New Burke Museum VR Preview at Annual Curators Dinner


Opening in 2019, a new $100 million facility will become the home of the state museum of Washington. The building is now complete, but the collection of 16 million artifacts has not yet moved in. Stage 2 staff built a VR experience for the new Burke, captivating donors with a sense of scale in the new space including a lifelike model of a massive Columbian Mammoth.

“Eagle Eye” Game for NORAD Tracks Santa


Each year, the NORAD Tracks Santa website receives nearly nine million unique visitors from more than 200 countries and territories around the world. As a NORAD Tracks Santa® Program Team Member, Stage 2 designed and developed a game called “Eagle Eye” that connected visitors with the mission of NORAD, the bi-national organization charged with the missions of aerospace warning and aerospace control for North America.

Lifeless Planet


A little science, a little fiction… a lot of fun! Stage 2 developed and published the video game Lifeless Planet, now a hot-selling indie title on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. This sci-fi game promotes interest in space exploration and science, and is also available on Steam, the #1 PC/Mac game platform.

Let’s Build Something Amazing


Stage 2 was founded by nonprofit and museum leaders with the goal of making VR/AR and mobile education experiences easier to integrate and manage. Imagine what we can create together!

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