Visuals team designed and created a multimedia space for the museum. We came up with the idea of an interactive space, designed installations, architectural plan, technical solutions and visual content, configured and launched the interactive space. Using architectural shapes, we transformed installations into art objects. Constructions are made of artificial stone and perfectly fit the museum space.
Ms. Wu created this video for Julius Baer to explain the working method of their new digital product for their potential investor. From concepting, storyboard, style frames design to animation, she figured out how to visualize the difference between heavy workflow, digitalization and new era. She added visual metaphors to increase uniqueness. Creative thinking and techniques were utilized to create a video with a clear story narrative and visual attractions. This video showed the beautiful future the new digital product will bring.
The client, founded at the request of the former Ministry of Railways to maintain and reinforce Japan’s rail system, is a general construction company with far-reaching expertise in the field of rail-related construction. The designer Takuya Wakizaki, the founder of MOTIVE Inc., created a wayfinding system for the institute, which the client built to develop human resources. For the design motif, the designer used rail lines-the core identity of the client. Through the design, the designer strove to create a space that would help trainees feel a sense of pride in their work.
The designer sought inspiration from the nature element and colors, bringing a fresh and light aspect to the animation. His main concern was always the quick and objective reading of the information and always focused on the sensory. The elements he have chosen always work according to purpose, without being banal. The choice of colors and shapes strengthens the sense of concept, bringing the air of lightness and softness needed. His main concern was always the quick and objective reading of the information and always focused on the sensory.
Based on information technology and body sensing, the Intelligent doorplate system creates a friendly information space for conference rooms and thus guarantee employees' of belonging and happiness. The intelligent doorplate provides timely information display and operation reservation on site, and face recognition and QR code scanning technologies are used to improve usage efficiency. The intelligent sensing technology customizes the meeting room with environmental solutions for different time periods, allowing enterprise members to enjoy the meeting time.
Co Art is an interactive space enabled by neural network algorithms, and capable of connecting humans to the digital world. Placing your hand inside the halo, and through voice interaction, the device will sense and convert your words into an imaginative artistic work. By swapping the identity of visitors and artists, it will bring them an unusual exhibition experience while hopefully inspiring more people. This human-computer co-creation of art will bring imagination iteration.