Local Projects, a studio in New York, is a leading company in the production of digital installations in public spaces.We decided to visit some of their installations to get an understanding of the interactions, experience principles and technology they used. We went to ARoS museum in Denmark, a cultural space with an area specifically designed for public interaction, including several installations by Local Projects.Over one whole day, we observed the behavior of people in the space and those who interacted with the installations. We were impressed by the creativity and robustness of the installations being presented. All interactivity is guided, nothing is left to chance. The actions are very simple and technology is used intelligently to create an action, a story, but never an end in itself.We also had the opportunity to meet with the director of the museum, Marianne Grymer Bargeman, who had been responsible for the creation of the space and the organization of the installations, to discuss the process in more depth.