HISTORY OF FLIR SYSTEMS
In collaboration with Beatrox, we revamped an interactive exhibit for FLIR in their Washington, DC office. Visitors to the office can now experience a history of FLIR on a video wall that tracks their motion with a stylized infrared visual effect. Featuring 12 responsive information nodes, the display hosts an informative chronicle of the company’s rise.
LIDAR BODY TRACKING
Using high-precision lidar sensors, the new software solution could track up to three people at the same time as they walked past the video wall. Technical Director, Nathan Jenkins, created a custom solution to blend multiple sensors together in order to minimize occlusion and achieve much higher quality results.
DYNAMIC TIMELINE INTERFACE
FLIR icon points were placed along the timeline, which could be activated by visitors standing in front of them. Once activated, information about notable events that year is displayed. Content director, Ray McFarland, provided visual assets that we implemented with a methodlogy allowing for rapid iteration and easy adjustments to the timeline.
Project directed by FLIR Systems
|Content Director:||Ray McFarland|
|Technical Director:||Nathan Jenkins|
|Lead Developer:||James Johnson|
|Assistant Developer:||Eric Mintzer|
|Technicians:||Jesse Jenkins, James Johnson|