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National Museum of Science & Technology w/ BankerWessel – Stockholm 2018

An exhibition about computer game history and gaming culture, at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm. BankerWessel made the concept, graphic design and animations. I had the Technical Director/Technical Artist role and subsequently:

– Crafted the AR projection mapping
– Designed** the physical exhibition space, in close collaboration with BankerWessel
– Assisted in the animation process
– Assisted in the sound design process
– Selected projectors, lenses and speakers, and positioned them, together with Transpond
– Assisted in project management

*Game Portal has been nominated for best exhibition of the year 2018, by Foreningen Forum (Sweden)!

**I also built Virtual Reality versions of five exhibition space designs, to ease collaborative understanding and making consensual decisions.

This is a ten (10) projector, eight (8) speaker set up. A mix of short throw onto flat walls, and more regular throw onto three-dimensional objects.

Made with Ida Wessel, Jonas Banker and Sara Edström at BankerWessel – Design and Animation, Sebastian Flavet – Sound, Transpond – Hardware, Presentationsdesign – Video Capture, in collaboration with the National Museum of Science and Technology.

Iterations of interior / space designs made in collaboration with BankerWessel, for Game Portal – Play Beyond Play, an exhibition about computer / video game history and gaming culture, at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Stockholm. In this public version I added some terrain and a few more elements to it.

Originally I built the Virtual Reality versions for the purpose of easing collaborative understanding and making more consensual decisions.

Made with Unity / C#, Maya, Cinema 4D and HTC Vive.

The full exhibition was a collaboration with:

* Ida Wessel, Jonas Banker and Sara Edström at BankerWessel – Concept, design, animation
* Sebastian Flavet – Sound
* Transpond – Hardware
* Presentationsdesign – Video capture

 

 

Planning an exhibition better, by using VR, for the National Museum of Science & Technology, with BankerWessel.
Unity / C# and Cinema 4D, with HTC Vive VR headset.