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At Double Take Labs, we blend design, technology and absurdity into immersive narratives. We work with brands, cultural institutions and agencies to enhance their narratives with interactive concepts. Through creative installations and tactile interactions, we shape experiences by manipulating the limits of technology. Whatever scale we’re working at, whether a large public space or within the pages of a book, we’re constantly experimenting with new ways to inspire others to take a second look.
If you want to make something happen, Josh Corn is the guy to know. A true renaissance man of our time, Josh is a master builder of all things physical and digital. Never losing steam, he collected an architecture degree from UPenn and a masters in Products of Design from SVA in order to dedicate his life to engineering physical feats of wonder. He has built robots, done professional stage lighting, and probably has a secret rocket locked under some NDA. With Josh, ideas are never too absurd, projects are never impossible to build, and puns are always appreciated. A human firestarter for all ventures, Josh truly makes magic happen. (Literally. He was a professional magician. But don’t ask him to do a magic trick.) He’s the nicest human you’ll ever meet, unless you’ve wronged him.
Eden Lew is a mastermind. She schemes, devises, and plots design interventions ranging from the subtle sticker to grand scale classical music performances where the instruments blow bubbles. Lots of bubbles. A proud Texas Longhorn, Eden moved to NY to receive her MFA from SVA’s Products of Design program. She has the incredible gift of precognition, but only when it comes to books, movies and shows, as she can’t help but research spoilers before diving in. Eden commands attention, not only with her shiny shoes and tall stature, but with her unnatural ability to instantaneously formulate unconventional solutions to most problems. She looks up to the great designers of the past and present, not yet realizing that she herself is one from the future. — As seen by Josh Corn