The Federal Reserve's exhibition provided an opportunity for children and the community to physically engage in the work and data of the reserve. TAD led the team in advising the best solutions for kiosks, games and playback video. The centerpiece of the exhibit was TAD's 12-interactive touch table, the then-largest multi-touch table in the world. This table employed multiple mirror-bounced projections to provide 6 users with an uninterrupted 36 square feet of touch surface within a custom enclosure of metal and glass. The system runs on C-nario and Unified Field designed its content.