There's quite a few pictures of the current state of the set on the newstarship.com main site:
We've talked about ARTEMIS, but that software is only designed for 6 stations instead of the 10 interactive stations that we will have on the bridge (11 if you count the interactive captain's chair arms), so we'll probably run ARTEMIS some evening on half of the set for giggles but it's not going to be impressive enough for a convention or permanent display.
However: we have something EVEN better in the works. LCARS experts worldwide are currently toiling away on a completely new game simulation for our bridge with multiple outcomes (like the video installation in the revamped "Star Tours" ride at Disneyland). Several notable Trek actors are on board to help us with fundraising, and there's a good possibility some of them will be able to film some footage with us for our game simulation.
Apart from brainstorming ideas, there's not too much progress on the hardware front in the last couple of weeks because we're waiting for Indigogo and Kickstarter to see what the final set budget will be, while pricing out custom touchscreen displays and set structures.
If anyone wants to be a part of the discussion or brainstorming, as soon as version 2 of newstarship.com comes online we will have a message board where I'll be throwing out ideas and working with all of the volunteers to nail down choices of hardware, operating systems, 3D software, etc. All are welcome to join in the conversation, and even if you're not saavy on technical discussions I would love to hear from a few walking Trek encyclopedias to check all of our design details and make sure we get everything as accurate as it can be.