Stimulant created two touchscreen exhibits that make Space Needle visitors’ experiences more rich and informative.
One experience features dreamlike, immersive Microsoft Photosynth walkthroughs of famous Seattle sites that most visitors can’t usually experience, produced by Seattle agency Creature. From swimming through the Seattle Aquarium’s octopus tank to being in the locker room of the Seattle Sounders, visitors not only get exclusive peeks inside local landmarks, but also are oriented to where they are in relation to the Space Needle’s observation deck.
The other interactive features a rich gigapixel panorama of the entire city, shot from the Space Needle’s own spire by Gavin Farrell. Visitors can pan and zoom in to incredible levels of detail using a custom-made viewing application, and explore a vast array of historical, cultural and “locals-only” landmarks.
I was responsible for the look and feel and UI for both kiosks. I also directed and edited the final project video below.