DINOSAUR MOBILE GAME: DINO RAISER
A collective dinosaur mobile game called dino raiser had been launched. By different question and answer, players can help to turn egg to dinosaur in the Jurassic Park. This mobile game can allow visitor to understand more about dinosaurs before visiting science museum. After collecting all the dinosaurs and the visitor can show the ending of the game to receive a special gift of the exhibition.
Pleased to be involved in this great and popular dinosaur exhibition in Hong Kong named “Legends of the Giant Dinosaurs” organized by Hong Kong Science Museum. This app is an educational and interesting game for dinosaur lovers. Hatch dinosaur eggs by answering questions. Players, not only can play games, but also learn more about dinosaurs, such as their characteristics, habits and diet. They can learn different knowledge and be entertained at the same time.
LEGENDS OF THE GIANT DINOSAURS EXHIBITION
The traditional museum dinosaur exhibition shows bones, fossils, model and posters. To our visitors, it is no longer attractive enough. In 2012, Hong Kong Science Museum started the preparation for the dinosaur show scheduled in 2013. Multiple updated technologies were discussed to apply in this exhibition including mobile game, advanced augmented reality, ultra sound location detection, 3D projection, different sensing technologies, Andriod-based interactive kiosk, wireless network, exhibit hardware and software as well as fabrication. It is one of the exhibitions adopting most technologies in Hong Kong in 2013-2014. What is the secret behind the Legends of the Giant Dinosaurs Exhibition?
At first, players need to pick an egg and answer questions about dinosaurs. They may get one incubation energy unit for each correct answer. A baby dinosaur will be hatched when three units were got. Furthermore, they will lose one chance for each wrong answer. When all the chances are exhausted, the game will be suspended for 30 minutes. They can skip the question without losing a chance.
(Source from Hong Kong Science Museum)