Category Archives: Exhibition

HKHM – “The Story of Jao Tsung-I”

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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.

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: A History of the World in 100 Objects from the British Museum

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“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.

Interactive Smart Kiosks – HKPC

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SenMedia is pleased to provide two smart interactive kiosks for The Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) and the kiosks demonstrate proven Cleaner Production technologies. They are launched in ECO Expo Asia 2018 which provides a B2G and B2B trading platform showcasing the latest green products and technologies from over 300 global exhibitors.

Based on the requirements from the customers, the kiosks are tailor-made and developed. Besides, content management software system is implemented, so our customers can update the info on demand and more easily. We are so happy to work with our customers with such project theme and their inputs so to develop the wonderful user-interface and software outlook as well as the hardware.

Craft and Technology

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The Antiquities and Monuments Office (AMO) has set up a 3-Dimensonal (3D) Laser Scanning Survey Sub-unit and they have applied this innovative technology to collect precise 3D survey data by scanning historic buildings.

It is our pleasure that SenMedia has involved the exhibition to developed different interactive exhibits such as interactive photobooth, smart touch display with different designs, software development, content development, photo-taking etc., to introduce how AMO applies innovative 3D laser scanning and 3D printing technologies to heritage conservation and education.

 

HKTDC – “In Style • Hong Kong” Expo in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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It is our pleasure to involve the development of interactive exhibits for “In Style • Hong Kong” Expo in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We used different technologies such AR, Motion detection, optical sensing, etc. to develop two interactive exhibits. The expo is a large-scale signature promotion campaign organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) with an aim to highlight Hong Kong’s vibrant and unique lifestyle and creativity. It showcases Hong Kong’s products and services which together have established Hong Kong as a leading trendsetting city in the region.

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.

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.