BitMorph is an interactive experience at the Ontario Science Centre which ran during summer 2016. Visitors could grow a unique character which would morph as they explored new areas of the Centre. The characters were displayed in checkpoints throughout the exhibitions using a pepper's ghost hologram effect.
The installation was hugely successful with 110,000 scans, 27,000 characters evolved at multiple modules and 30% of visitors visiting the website afterwards. To visit our website, check out www.bitmorph.rtanewmedia.ca
I designed the final module and assisted the fabrication team.
The project was a partnership between Ryerson University's New Media program and the Ontario Science Centre