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Museum Services- Tying it all together

A Holistic Approach

Connect Interactives develops new technology, consults, and manages projects for museums and other institutions.

We work with designers to make sure that the technology is perfectly suited for the job.

We work with fabricators to make sure that the technology will last millions of cycles.

We work with the owners to make sure that the design and the fabrication exceeds all expectations.

We tie it all together with management that communicates clearly, documents everything, and delivers.

Our Services

Full Project Management of Museum Projects
Drafting Services
Design and Fabrication Consulting
Custom Technology Design and Implementation
VR, AR, and Mixed Reality Development
Installation Services

Our Projects

2018 NYU Langone Health, New York, NY
2017 Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA
2017 Smithsonian, Washington DC
2017 Tenement Museum, New York, NY
2017 Pacific Science Center Seattle, WA
2016 Museum of American Revolution, Philadelphia, PA
2016 Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA
2015 Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA
2015 Childrens Science Center Lab, Fairfax, VA
2014 Do Seum, San Antonio, TX
2014 Discovery Cube, Los Angeles, CA
2014 Konya Science Center, Konya, Turkey
2014 Childrens Museum of Sofia, Sofia, Bulgaria
2013 Verizon, Mall of America, Bloomington, MN
2013 St. Lukes Hospital, Bethlehem, PA
2013 Tech Musuem of Innovation, San Jose, CA
2012 Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, Fort Collins, CO
2012 Please Touch Museum, Philadelphia, PA
2012 John F. Kennedy Center, Washington DC
2011 New Science Center, Calgary, Alberta Canada
2011 Children's Museum of Naples, Naples, FL
2011 Martin Guitar, Nazereth, PA
2011 Panasonic
2010 PSEG, Newark, DE
2009 Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, PA
2009 Morgan's Wonderland, San Antonio, TX


  • Andrew Tomasulo

    Owner/ Director

    Connect Interactives

    Andrew coordinates all facets of the project, and also handles the hardware and system design.

    With fifteen years in the field, Andrew has worked on many sides of a project, including technology design, as well as project management. He has designed over 250 exhibits which are currently out in the field, and has project managed many high profile and complex musueum and institutional projects.

    Andrew holds an MA in Electro-acoustic Music from Dartmouth College with concentration in EE, and a BFA in Painting from Temple University. His personal artwork has been shown internationally, and can be seen here.

  • Perfect Prototype

    Strategic Partner

    Perfect Prototype has worked hand in hand with Connect Interactives on many projects, to provide custom software, augmented reality, 3D animation, as well as mobile applications.

    Perfect Prototype has forged an integrated team over the past twelve years of keenly visual and highly skilled, interactive specialists. With the combination of exceptional talents and a focus on user experience, Perfect Prototype successfully converts client ambitions into engaging stories told through powerfully simple technology.

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  • Third Kulture

    Strategic Partner

    Ruchika is the director of Third Kulture Media and works with clients as a hybrid design researcher, media trainer/ facilitator and documentary filmmaker. She works with Connect Interactives in the capacity of design research, employing citizen journalism and participatory media as a methodology to collect and synthesize research to tell stories with communities rather than for them.

    She is an award-winning documentary filmmaker who has produced and directed two feature length documentaries, along with various short documentaries and nonfiction series for television and digital platforms as well as for nonprofit clients.

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  • Chris Vecchio Ph.D


    In the early 1990s Chris Vecchio began creating active devices, installations, and interventions in an effort to better understand the relationship between man and technology. He is particularly interested in the emotional history of applied science, the narrative potential of electronic circuitry, and the use of ambiguous but suggestive user interfaces to generate new modes of interaction.

    Chris holds BS and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University. He teaches Physical Computing in the School of Film and Media Arts at Temple University and works as an engineer specializing in medical ultrasound and interactive design. He has created custom hardware and software for clients including The Please Touch Museum, Madrid Abierto, The Independence Seaport Museum, The Gulf Coast Exploreum, and The Franklin Institute.

Get in touch

  • Address
  • Connect Interactives
  • 50 White St, White St Studios BSMT
  • New York, NY 10013

  • Contact
  • Telephone: 215-570-8000
  • Email: andrew [AT]