BharathChannakeshavaiah<br />2010 Interaction Design,  Domus Academy<br />Concepts for the Museaum of Berrocal, Spain.<br />
Concept 1<br />Objective: <br />To get the attention of pubic who are not related to the museum<br />To create a communica...
Idea<br /> An illustrative or a  real Berrocalsculpture is placed in public places.<br />  The sculpture takes the voices ...
Plot<br />The public sculpture could be an illustrative sculpture that could be kept in places like parks.<br />  It could...
Plot<br />   Or a single sculpture which takes both forward or backward moves on it's right and left side<br />
Plot<br />   Museum has the Torso parts moving towards each other or away from each other based on a specific quantity of ...
Concept 2<br />Objective:<br />Educating Visitors inside museum with entertaining and challenging quest.<br />
Idea	<br />The tickets issued would contain pieces which have recognisable markers.<br />When these markers are shown in f...
Concept 3<br />Objective: <br />	To entertain and also to educate visitors inside the Museum, about the techniques and int...
Idea<br />Any visitor who walks in front of this entertaining wall, would see his animated outline of his body being walki...
Plot<br />This could be installed in the connecting spaces from one sculpture plot to another sculpture plot.<br />This co...
Concept 4<br />Objective:<br />   To attract puzzle community in Spain and educate them about Berrocalart which could be o...
Idea<br /> Creating web platform containing challenging puzzles of Berrocalsculpture<br /> This is marketed in specific pu...
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  1. 1. BharathChannakeshavaiah<br />2010 Interaction Design, Domus Academy<br />Concepts for the Museaum of Berrocal, Spain.<br />
  2. 2. Concept 1<br />Objective: <br />To get the attention of pubic who are not related to the museum<br />To create a communication channel between outside world and inside of museum<br />To market about the museum at the public places through an interactive and entertaining way.<br />
  3. 3. Idea<br /> An illustrative or a real Berrocalsculpture is placed in public places.<br /> The sculpture takes the voices of the public and sends it to the museum.<br /> Call it the positive voice and the negative voices or forward move, backward move.<br /> Inside the museum, The torso parts come closer with positive voices and go apart from negative voices.<br />Visualization is shown related to the data of the people contributing.<br />
  4. 4. Plot<br />The public sculpture could be an illustrative sculpture that could be kept in places like parks.<br /> It could be interesting to divide the parts of the sculpture of the Torso corresponding to the one placed in museum and be placed in different spots of a park<br />
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  7. 7. Plot<br /> Or a single sculpture which takes both forward or backward moves on it's right and left side<br />
  8. 8. Plot<br /> Museum has the Torso parts moving towards each other or away from each other based on a specific quantity of public voices.<br /> A visualization is shown inside the museum, which tells about the data of people sending sculpture forward or backward in real time.<br />
  9. 9. Concept 2<br />Objective:<br />Educating Visitors inside museum with entertaining and challenging quest.<br />
  10. 10. Idea <br />The tickets issued would contain pieces which have recognisable markers.<br />When these markers are shown in front of a dedicated screen, they decode to individual graphical parts of a sculpture<br />Visitor can interact with them and solve the puzzle<br />This could be carried as a memento too <br />
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  12. 12. Concept 3<br />Objective: <br /> To entertain and also to educate visitors inside the Museum, about the techniques and intricacies of Berrocalart.<br />
  13. 13. Idea<br />Any visitor who walks in front of this entertaining wall, would see his animated outline of his body being walking along with him, projected on the wall<br />His outline keeps becoming smaller till the halfway of the wall, where his outline enters an animated doorway.<br />When he progresses further, his animation passes through the door and comes out of the door being divided into different parts showing him his composition in accordance with Berrocal'sart.<br />The simplistic approach of showing outline of his body could allow an approximated calculation of his divided body parts in accordance with the Berrocal'sart.<br />This may also be given as a memento to him in the form of a print on a sheet of paper or as a digital memento.<br />
  14. 14. Plot<br />This could be installed in the connecting spaces from one sculpture plot to another sculpture plot.<br />This could also be installed in a dedicated space, emphasizing the educating aspect of this concept.<br />
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  17. 17. Concept 4<br />Objective:<br /> To attract puzzle community in Spain and educate them about Berrocalart which could be of high interest to them<br />
  18. 18. Idea<br /> Creating web platform containing challenging puzzles of Berrocalsculpture<br /> This is marketed in specific puzzle communities in facebook, Tuenty, etc<br /> The data is used in some form of visualization inside the museum.<br /> The web platform denotes the visualization inside museum which has the data of the puzzles they solve.<br /> This could serve as a strong motivation for puzzle community them to visit the museum.<br />
  19. 19. Thank You<br />

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