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IXD: Future User Interface Project, Favo – Tree of Life Classification Encyclopedia from Michael C on Vimeo.
Location: The Toronto Zoo
Actress: Breanna Castellucci
Programs used: Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, After Effects & GarageBand
Favo = Honeycomb in Italian
Look and Feel:castellucci_p2_look&feel
The style of the video will be for the most part a silent film with background music and voice overs for tablet functions. It will be outdoors at the Toronto Zoo.
For my user interface idea I plan to make a video depicting a species identification scanner tablet. This scanner will be able to scan any living thing like an animal or plant and identify the species as well as some informative facts on that specie.
The way it will work is that the user will hold up a glass or acrylic tablet that will scan the subject with a built in laser. Once scanned a video image or image of the subject will be on the screen as well as information about the species. Information of habitats, nature and gender of the subject may also be displayed.
This idea is targeted towards biologist researchers and scientists teaching and/or studying using it as a tool. It may also be used for tourists in maybe an aquarium or zoo.
Locations can include the Toronto zoo, wooded areas, gardens, fish tanks, green houses or on the streets.
Scanned subjects can be birds, dogs, cats, flowers, trees, fish etc.
The story may follow a group of scientists or tourists as they walk through the Toronto zoo or it may be a more informative video with a voce over talking about the different features and abilities of the user interface.
Photo references / Inspiration:
Glass or acrylic tablet