After 4 years since 2015, the Hong Kong Museum of Art finally finished the renovation and is relaunched few days ago. With a brand new appearance, the Museum also brings along a series of exhibitions which create new experiences and understanding of the public towards art.
SenMedia is pleased to participate in one of the exhibition “Hong Kong Experience．Hong Kong Experiment” . We take part in the production of the interactive corner “Small Brush．Big Mind”. The corner showcases the artwork of the artist Gaylord Chan through an interactive game and loop-play video.
In the game, visitors can make use of the elements selected from Gaylord’s work and create their own piece on a touch monitor. They can scale, rotate and change the colour of the patterns, as well as adding in their idea by drawing lines. After submission, their work will be projected through a 55” TV. The attraction screen and user interface are tailor-made for the exhibition. The attraction screen is designed with 2D motion graphics which is colourful and eye-catching to engage visitors. The neat and friendly user interface allows them to understand the game flow easily and thus get them involved.
What’s more, we also help in editing a loop-play video of Gaylord’s work, perfectly showing his drawings with poems in a dynamic way.
We offer hardware purchase, delivery arrangement and on-site set up service. Instant and professional technical consult and support is also provided to ensure a smooth show.
To coincide with the reopening of the Hong Kong Museum of Art following its large-scale renovation, LCSD will hold the second Museum Summit on 28-29 November 2019 in partnership with The British Museum. With the title theme “Formation and Transformation”, the Summit will feature over 30 speakers from prestigious players in the field, who are set to share their expert experience and innovative ideas on nowadays museum development and transformation across the world.
SenMedia is honored to join this fruitful event which widens our sight in the prospect of local museums. It is also our pleasure to be responsible for the production of the promotion video for Museum Summit. With dynamic effects and rhythmic music, we hope to get everybody excited about the future museum development.
The exhibition “The Story of Jao Tsung-I”, jointly organized by Hong Kong Heritage Museum and Jao Tsung-I Petite Ecole, The University of Hong Kong, is launched on 27 Nov 2019. Through more than 200 items on display, which include snapshots of his daily life, personal letters, artworks, academic studies and other archival materials, visitors will be able to see how a Hongkong-based scholar became a world renowned master of Chinese studies through lifelong dedication. He left valuable cultural wealth to Hong Kong, our country, and the world, symbolizing the ever-flourishing Chinese culture.
SenMedia is happy to participate in the development of interactive Ebooks for the exhibition. The attraction screen and user interface are specifically tailor-made with regards to the exhibition theme. Through the neat and friendly user interface, visitors can easily read the selected pieces of Professor Jao on a touch monitor. The magnifying function allows people to view the content more clearly, satisfying the visual needs of different users and thus enhance the user experience. We also provide instant and professional support to ensure that the devices can function properly throughout the exhibition period.
“Glistening Treasures in the Dust – Ancient Artefacts of Afghanistan”, presented by HKMH demonstrates the profound influence of foreign ancient cultures such as Greek, Indian and Roman on Afghanistan and its surrounding regions from the Bronze Age to the first century AD, as well as a cultural diversity embracing the features of different Steppe cultures.
SenMedia is pleased to participate in the development of various informative interactive programs as well as animations of this exhibition. With eye-catching graphics and user friendly interface, visitors can easily access extra information of the exhibits by touching on the devices. The animations also present informative content in a vivid way, making the exhibition more interesting. One of the interactive exhibits is working with different animated contents and related lighting effects in order to provide the special impression to visitors.
Moreover, we created 16 sets of QR codes which allow visitors to view the exhibit information by simple scanning with their mobile. The user interface is tailor-made for this specific exhibition so as to show information in an effective way.
“A History of the World in 100 Objects”, jointly organised by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum and the British Museum (BM), tells the story of human civilization by using 100 objects selected from the encyclopedic collections of the BM. The stories behind the objects reveal how mankind in various areas and cultures shared similar aspirations in different aspects, providing visitors a new perspective about the world we live.
SenMedia is pleased to design and develop the interactive wall as the last station of the exhibition. The 8-meter wall with two 4K projectors displays the 100 objects in a dynamic scene. By touching on the projections of the exhibits, dazzling animations would appear to indicate the time and space of the objects with a timeline marking different dynasties of China. The large-scaled interactive wall marks a perfect end of visitor experience. Besides, we developed the QR code system, visitors can enjoy the further information by easily using their mobile devices.
It was great to have chance to provide Virtual Studio Photobooth to Vienna Boys Choir by using Chroma Key Technology. Chroma Key Technology is a visual effects/post-production technique for compositing two images or video streams together based on color hues (chroma range). The technique has been used heavily in many fields to remove a background from the subject of a photo or video – particularly the news casting, motion picture, and video game industries. Many people, especially kids, loved playing our photobooth so much.
After Pokemon go, many people have heard about AR technology that allow computer graphics interact with the real world through your mobile. So, what is Augmented Reality? Augmented reality is the technology that expands our physical world, adding layers of digital information onto it. AR does not create the whole artificial environments to replace real with a virtual one. AR appears in direct view of an existing environment and adds sounds, videos, graphics to it. AR apps typically connect digital image or animation to a special ‘marker’, or with the help of GPS in phones pinpoint the location like what pokemon go do. Besides the mobile games and movie, what applications of this nice technology have been shown in our daily life? Let’s take a look more …