Shuffle State (2018)
Shuffle State is an interactive exhibit designed in response to a brief from the Queensland Museum.
Shuffle State aims to provide a fun and engaging way to attract younger visitors to learn about the content of the museum’s ‘Wild State’ exhibit.
Within this project I worked in hi-fi prototyping, coding in Java and developing the project using an Xbox Kinect.
I also took on the role of team manager, organising other members of the team, Jack Nixon and Stacey Vertongen, who were responsible for research and graphic design.
Working together we were able to create a fully playable prototype experience.