AllofUs worked closely with exhibition designers Casson Mann to create three interconnected interactive exhibits to form the heart of the Who am I? gallery in the Science Museum London. This ambitious exhibition makes exploring genetics, sociology and anthropology fun and accessible to people of all ages.
The first exhibit is an interactive wall that attracts and introduces the graphic identity by forming visitors' silhouettes with the stylized molecule that is used throughout the exhibition.
The next part of the installation consists of two large interactive tables that allow up to 16 people to simultaneously participate in a series of games and challenges that reveal information about genetics, sociology and anthropology.
The third part is an eight meter projection wall that visualizes visitor data and input using dynamic animations.
I contributed to the AS3 development on the interactive table games as well as the OSC programming that enabled communication between the Flash games and the openFrameworks projections. Additionally I helped with the physical installation and maintenance of the exhibits.