Gallery 4: This is the forth gallery and the final gallery of the whole experience.

This is the sky animation on the right side of the projection on top of users.

This is 3x speed of how the gallery looks like. There are 20 kiosks on the sides. There was a kinect flying game in the front.

"Peper's ghost" technique gives users a illusion of 3D projection.

Users could choose or control elements of the 3D projection on the control panel. It’s a touching panel on TV.

This is the basic composition of the kiosk.

There are 6 steps in the gallery 4 experience. User would get a print boarding pass after watching the flight safety video.

User needed to put the assigned phone on the NFC sensor to start. The data that was stored on the phone would then be uploaded.

  1. Confirm Identity: Users already took photo before entering gallery 1 and their photo would show up here once they put the assigned mobile phone on to start.
  1. Choose Destination

There are six animated destinations for users to choose from.

  1. Choose Flights

There are total 15 planes and users would be assigned 5 random flights to choose from.

This is what the UI of choosing flights look like.

  1. Choose Seat: There are 25 people with mottos about dream and we assign 3 randomly to users for choosing.
  1. Flight Safety Video: User’s face and choice of plane would appear in the film as a customized video.

This is the boarding pass that everyone would take after they finished the experience.

The Press Opening Day.

A Dream Journey in Taipei

“Beyond the sound, lighting and multimedia interactive sensor and detector, the Action@ Pavilion of Dreams demonstrates the latest mobile technology, allowing visitors to create a personalized story with a smart phone”.

Pavilion of Dreams is a building with immersive interactive experiences through technology. This project is fully funded by Taipei City Government. People walked in with assigned mobile phones as a data carrier. Everything they do would be stored in the cloud through the phone. Everyone was asked to take a picture before start and the photo would be used throughout the whole experience.

Gallery Four features flight check-in kiosks. Users were able to choose destination, flight and seat through interactive kiosks. Afterwards they would see a flight safety video regarding pursuing dreams and see their flights flying over the sky on top of their heads. Then everyone would get a print-out boarding pass with their choices on it as a souvenir.

The check-in kiosks consisted of two televisions and two reflective glass. We used the “Pepper’s ghost” technique to give users the illusion of floating holographic 3D projection.

I was responsible for all visual elements in Gallery Four including setting tones, design and animation.

Software: Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, Cinema4D, Maya, and Unity

Taipei City Government
Interactive Installation, Animation, User Interface