Note: This project did not move beyond exploratory talks. I preempted the conversation by exploring various interaction methods.
Cayton’s Children Museum was looking for a way to solicit funding from donors to build an interactive museum in a new location in Santa Monica. The impetus was to give donors an idea of what it would be like to explore the museum as a child; to once again feel the curiosity and excitement of discovering new sensations and to build their own story, sparking imagination and wonder.
The user journey starts with the ability to explore a miniature version of the museum. As the user approaches the designated exhibit spaces, they highlight to indicate the ability to interact with them. The journey continues either through interaction as a dollhouse, or the ability to scale the room to full size to explore the proposed installation.
- Oculus SDK / Avatar
- Oculus SDK is not supported in 2018.3+ w/HDRP + VR
- Pinching is not part of any sample code.
Architectural model provided by Cayton architects