Paper Triangles
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White Noise

 
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We were invited to Future of Story Telling to premier our AR art installation; White Noise, a story driven data visualization centered around climate change and our coral ecosystems.

 

EVENT:  The Future of Storytelling

PARTNERS: Industry Gallery, The Hydrous

PLATFORM: ARKit

 
 
 

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challenge

To tell a visual story using data that raise awareness and provokes conversation around climate change and our coral ecosystems.

solution

Paper Triangles crafted the story to revolve around Twitter conversations which grounded the data in a way that was relatable to all viewers. We felt Twitter was a reflection of our social behavior, hoping participants will reflect on their own habits as watch the experience.

 
 
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turning data into story and experience.

Using hashtags like #sushi & #coffee created relatable conversations from the much larger topic of climate change. We were able to show how individuals consume and take a look at ourselves in the mirror.

Data in this sense was the key, driving the length of the experience as well as triggering states and animations depending on the amount of hashtags pinged from Twitter. The data allowed us to create a dynamic piece of art in which each viewing experience would be different.

 
 
 
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...to tell a visual story using data that raise awareness and provokes conversation around climate change and our coral ecosystems.

 
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credits

 
 

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS / DIRECTORS

Frank Shi, Xuan Buddhavong

 

GALLERY DIRECTOR

Dennis Delgado

 

SENIOR DEVELOPER

Ethan Stickley

 

JUNIOR DEVELOPER

Edward Lok

 

CREATIVE DIRECTOR

Shawn Kim

SOFTWARE

Unity, After Effects, Maya