|Headquarters||Glendale, California, USA|
|Bran Ferren, Co-Chairman
Danny Hillis, Co-Chairman
|Slogan||The little Big Idea company|
Applied Minds, Llc. is an American company founded in 2000 by ex-Disney Imagineers Danny Hillis and Bran Ferren that provides technology, design, R&D, and consulting services to multiple firms, including General Motors, Intel, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, Herman Miller, Harris Corporation, Sony, and Sun MicroSystems. The company's headquarters are in Glendale, California, and it maintains offices in New York and Washington DC.
It supplies products and services in software, aerospace, entertainment, electronics, biotechnology and architectural design. It has spun out several companies including Metaweb Technologies (the creators of Freebase, which was acquired by Google), TouchTable, and Applied Proteomics.
Applied Minds has been chosen to do major renovations to the Renwick Gallery in Washington, DC. Elizabeth Broun, the Margaret and Terry Stent Director of the Smithsonian American Art Museum said that the "Applied Minds concept is that it encourages visitors to come back again and again to see the many new and ever-changing presentations there."
- "Smithsonian American Art Museum Selects Winner for Renwick Gallery Grand Salon Design Competition". Smithsonian Institution. June 14, 2013. pp. SI–241–2013. Retrieved 18 July 2013.
- A tour of the Applied Minds site
- Wired Magazine article: "Applied Minds Think Remarkably"
- New York Times article about an Applied Minds product, Babble: "No Privacy in Your Cubicle? Try an Electronic Silencer"
- The Applied Minds, LLC homepage
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