In 1998 a children’s science center needed a centerpiece for their new museum that would challenge and stimulate without creating a maintenance nightmare.
AMS teamed up with Push Product Design to produce a petal-powered bicycle that runs along a cable suspended 20 feet above the floor, complete with a docking station for loading and un-loading. According to the maintenance and engineering personnel it has proven to be the most reliable exhibit in the building.
In 2008 the same children's science center wanted a sculpture on the outside of the building that would hint at the activities inside. Again AMS teamed with Push Product Design to create Linear Motion , one of the largest kinetic sculpures in the world.