Collexhibit aims to bring museum exhibits to life and become not only interesting artifacts, but tangible elements of life. It does this by developing collaborative and participatory "making" experiences that enable visitors to collectively design or interpret museum exhibits using iPad-based 3D design and 3D printing technologies.

Recent work has included a crowd-generated 3D-printed Mesopotamian city at the ROM, utilizing iPads to allow guests to create their own building and then place it among others to create the city. In addition, a workshop for kids was run for them to design and print unique shoe buckles at the Bata Shoe Museum as a way for them to better understand traditional shoe-making techniques.