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  • igoekev 10:34 pm on December 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Time Travellers – Find your moment in time 

    Time Travellers is a new exhibition at the British Museum that allows people to immerse themselves in a multi-sensory environment that will evoke memories and emotions whilst learning about years gone by. Covering the last 100 hundred years (1910 – 2010), anyone can travel back to their special year and learn about the music, fashion, politics and culture whether it be 1912 – the year Titanic sank, the Great storm of 1987 or 2009 when RATM became Christmas number 1! The exhibition will allow people to interact with sound, vision and motion in away that makes information accessible and fun.

  • Brian 梁文龍 Johnson 10:20 pm on December 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Interactive Dancing 

    any incentive and they’re off 🙂 could maybe think about engaging people to join in the fun.

  • Brian 梁文龍 Johnson 7:56 pm on December 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply

    Time Traveller. The British Museum Room … 

    Time Traveller. The British Museum Room 35.

    A Moment in Time 100 Years Young.

    Time Traveller Exhibition is a decade of information to experience and explore. This uniques exhibition exposes the past 100 Years of facts, figures, dates and data that define and uncover the last century of humankind.

    Time Traveller Exhibition gives you the unique opportunity to input your special year and be transported back in time to examine and absorb the historical facts that made it so memorable.

    Think you can remember what happened in 1933, 1966 or even 2004 for that matter? Time Traveller Exhibition surrounds you in a interactive world of wonder that stimulates the senses and satisfies the the most curious of minds.

    (feels like the only thing missing is the price and opening times)



    User inputs information  a special or memorable YEAR at kiosk points outside/within the exhibition area. (user information is remembered throughout the exhibition and is made into a blog specifically for them from the information accessed within the exhibition)

    The Experience and Target user is ‘KEY’

    It  is agreed that each group member will pick a hero or heroine figure and assign a year to them and produce concepts/moodboards etc for how and what information would be accessed and displayed throughout the experience.

    The physical space and hat makes up the interactions is a key element to consider. this will assist in creating a sly and brand for the exhibition.

    Our feedback today was really useful, insightful and positive plus it’s given us a unique opportunity to make something memorable, exciting and new.

    Please feel free to add comments and remind me if anything is missing. or should be included. See you tomorrow, we can discuss the next step and move things forward. Peace!


  • igoekev 3:21 pm on December 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    Everything 82 

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1982 has loads of info on what happened through out the year from the lowest UK temperature through to terrorist acts and the world cup. It also lists notable births and deaths.

  • igoekev 3:19 pm on December 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    80’s feeling part 2: the return of the feeling! 

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    Some 1980’s graphics plus one very recent addition that to me feels very reminiscent of the style in both shape and colour.

  • igoekev 2:55 pm on December 6, 2010 Permalink | Reply  

    The 80’s feel 

    This is a great video that conveys the whole feel of the 1980’s – both visually and with sound. Also ties in with the emergence of home computing in the early 80’s.

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