Interactive art installations could also be offline and hands-on experiences like playing with a larger than life Lite Brite display. Interactive art installations could even be interactive photography exhibits where guests can create and distort images of themselves via photo booth and add them to a public installation like a photo mosaic wall.

Interactive photo booths like the magic mirror photo booth double as exhibit decor as well as an interactive photo booth.


Lastly, another big emerging trend among recent exhibition and trade show booth designs is playing with the actual structure of the installation or booth itself.

The structure is another underlooked and understated element that can have powerful effects when utilized through design.

Creating texture and interest draws the eye in and an engaging presentation keeps audiences looking for more.