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Interactive Solution Sharing Session at THEi

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On the 9th of March, Our COO Mr. Joe Wong was invited to be the guest speaker for sharing the insights and knowledge about interactive solution. In which, believing is the influencing field of technology in our future. Students were feeling so amazed and inspired about the different type of interactive solutions during the session.

HKHM – Jin Yong Gallery, Jin Yong Exhibition

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In previous monthly e-newsletter, Jin Yong Gallery was reported and introduced. The feedback from public and museum is positive, the age range of users is wide, from 2 years old to 70 years old. There are always long queue waiting for Exchange Blows with Martial Arts Masters(高手過招) and The Adventures of Heros (大俠遊蹤). We feel brilliant to have participated in such a great exhibition, and here are some moments captured in the video for Jin Yong Gallery.

VTC (IVE, Shatin) – Interactive wall at CECIL

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To facilitate the changing dynamics of education in modern era, The Child Education Centre for Teaching & Learning takes a bold step ahead and integrated interactive technologies to develop new ways of teaching.

Situated at Shatin IVE, a bezel-less display system of whooping 165 inches finally made its grand debut and is ready to be played with motion sensing games. Teachers will take advantage of the system and develop content that is otherwise restrained and limited. Multiple mini games including job simulation, reality quizzes and money management serve to shape the children’s mindset toward morality, commonsense and social behavior as part of their all-rounded growth.

Children and teachers from SKH Holy Spirit Church Wo Che Kindergarten participated in the opening. They were thoroughly inspired by the interactive learning and the teachers felt the need to incorporate simulated experiences to strengthen the children’s awareness and development.

HKHM – Ceremony and Celebration – The Grand Weddings of the Qing Emperor

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The Grand Weddings of the Qing Emperors has finally made its grand debut in the Hong Kong Heritage Museum on November 30th. Visitors hauled themselves from the crowd to get their hands on the interactive wall that displays the rituals of Qing dynasty for a thrilling experience.

Developed by Sengital, the interactive wall reveals the grand ceremony on a jaw dropping 4.6 meters panel that delivers a captivating experience unparalleled by any other rivals. Hovering their hands over the 4K video projection, visitors may activate descriptions to enhance their understanding of the specific person or ritual.

A member of the team in Sengital suggested that the interactive technology employed can be adapted for much wider applications depending on the nature of the exhibit, such as performing sequences of interactions in a controlled environment including sound and light. He is therefore looking forward to even more exciting projects in the future.

The exhibition was launched with a guided tour mobile app that was also developed by Sengital. Visitors may follow the ritual chronologically for an immersive tour by taking advantage of real time positioning.

VTC IVE (Shatin) – CECTL Kids Farm

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At Shatin IVE, visitors can now embrace nature with technology in the not-so-usual backyard garden decorated with technology. Using a network of Bluetooth modules and a dedicated app developed by Sengital, students are able to discover characteristics of each species they encounter on the tablet during their brisk walk around.

Latest Trends of Virtual Reality and its Applications

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In the 22nd HKTDC Innovation and Technology Advisory Committee Meeting, Ir Dr Alan Lam brought along a special surprise for the guests. To compliment his sharing in the field of his expertise, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, a playground had been set up where guests can submerge into VR games and let go temporarily their exhaustive duties.

HKSCM – Biodiversity Gallery

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SenMedia Limited is proud to announce that the Biodiversity Gallery has made its grand debut in the Hong Kong Science Museum on the 2nd of September. The Biodiversity Gallery showcases different variations of animal species and how adaptation to environment presents new and ongoing challenges to animal evolution, leading to questions about natural selection.

As a producer of the exhibits involved, SenMedia Limited aims to create an interactive environment where visitors can receive hands on experience on these topics. The Discovery Tree, for example, allows visitors to indulge in the musical of life in its rawest form as they zen intimately with nature in the tree hole. On the other hand, the Bio Building Block interactive game panel invites visitors to explore the fundamentals of life using puzzles that stimulate creative thinking.

Positive feedback were given and we are thrilled to anticipate even more exciting exhibitions in the future.

HKHM – “Claude Monet: The Spirit of Place”

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The current exhibition “Claude Monet: The Spirit of Place” which is held at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum features seventeen Monet’s most emblematic paintings, pastels and tapestries. In association with the exhibition, an education zone is built, where Monet’s home in Giverny, will be recreated with his living room, dining room, studio and garden. The setting will enable visitors to have a more comprehensive understanding of Monet’s life.

SenMedia team is delighted to have the opportunity to participate in this project. The team took part in the design and production work of the Monet’s garden. The garden is recreated by an animation of the garden and water lily pond with 3 scenes of day, sunset and night in 7 projection screens. In addition with the special lighting and sound effects, visitors can walk through the Monet’s garden and understand the works of this Impressionist master from different perspectives.

The exhibition, as part of this year’s Le French May Arts Festival, is open now to public till 11 July. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime exhibition in Asia!

Exhibition information:
http://www.heritagemuseum.gov.hk/…/exhibi…/data/exid234.html

HKSCM – “Collider: Step Inside the World’s Greatest Experiment”

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The recent special exhibition “Collider: Step Inside the World’s Greatest Experiment” at the Hong Kong Science Museum introduces the latest advancement of Magnetic Resonance Imaging technology to the local audience. This exhibition recreates the working environment and laboratories of the scientists at The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), which built the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) across the border between Switzerland and France. This exhibition allows visitors to enjoy an immersive experience and learn about the objective of this advanced project. They can also witness the discovery of the God Particle (Higgs boson) and gain an understanding of the fundamental theories of particle physics. Exhibit highlights include multimedia programmes, animations, real components that have been used at CERN such as a 2-tonne superconducting magnet, as well as some scientific equipment collected by the Science Museum in London. SenMedia team also took part in the multimedia program of the e-message board, visitors can leave their e-messages by drawing graphics and texting. Don’t forget to create yours when you visit the exhibition before 25 May 2016!