For Immediate Release
Source: Onomy Labs, Incorporated

Onomy Labs Ships "Interactive Wall" to Mexico City
November 8, 2002
Papalote Children's Museum to exhibit "History of Communication" on movable display built by Onomy Labs

PALO ALTO, Calif., November 8, 2002 -- Onomy Labs Incorporated, a technology design and consulting company, today announced the successful shipment of an Interactive Reading Wall to the Papalote Museo Del Nino (Papalote Children's Museum) in Mexico City, Mexico. The Interactive Wall -- a twenty-foot-long and nine-foot-tall wall depicting the history of communications in bold graphics and containing a large movable plasma display showing episodes of that history -- will form a dramatic centerpiece to a brand new museum gallery set to open on November 27th.

Putting the finishing touches on the hardware. On the left is the frame of the wall; on the right is the plasma display being prepared for mounting on the track.

CEO Mark Resch and Onomy team members loading the truck for freight delivery to Mexico City.

"This exhibit will not only present valuable historical and scientific material to the many young visitors of the museum, but it is just plain fun to use" said Mark Resch, CEO and chairman of Onomy Labs.  "Our products are the result of a powerful blending of art, science, design, and engineering, and this wall is educational, irresistible to use, and looks spectacular."

While loading the exhibit crates into the freight delivery truck in a driving rainstorm, an expected forklift was unavailable so the Onomy members pitched in and lifted the metal-filled crates into the truck by hand.  "Our team will do whatever it takes to get the job done," said Resch.

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