Massacre in Melbourne
Augmented Reality Web App
“Massacre In Melbourne” is an interactive and immersive experience, taking you through a tour of Melbourne’s darkest underworld locations. You will follow the footsteps of detective Peyton McMillan, as he tries to solve the… Massacre In Melbourne.
Native Garden Website
UrbanGreen.Garden exists to encourage users to introduce native plants into their urban or suburban gardens. The site was created during a second-year class, and showcases layout design and photography with an emphasis on usability.
Beginning life as a global catalogue, UrbanGreen.Garden was refined to Melbourne, and evolved from a general plant list to a concept that would focus exclusively on native plants. To do this, it was decided that the site would focus on garden designs, both new and existing, and incorporating local native plants into them. This is the website concept explored and developed into the final website.
The Colour Trip
What is Colour?
The Swinburne University Capstone Project is designed to push students skills, and create a body of work from across the entire class. In 2015, the project was Science Island, a project aiming to teach 11-year-olds a simple scientific concept. This game, and its accompanying animation, storybook and experiment, was showing how we see light, using photons and colours of the rainbow.
Twitterverse was a data visualisation concept, using keywords in tweets to generate a low-poly universe for a user to explore. Early concepts included dynamically created lists and options, however, for the prototype, these were replaced with pre-generated terms. Ideally, the results would have had geolocking capabilities, giving the installation some whimsy as you browsed tweets about a festival or location you are attending.
Mongol Ulus Duu
Mongolia Song iPad App
“Mongol Ulus Duu” (Mongolia Song) is an iPad app / sound module based around and inspired by the instruments found within traditional Mongolian music culture.
Themed Narrative Website
Constructivism (also Soviet or Russian Constructivism) is style of painting, sculpture, photography, design and architecture beginning in the late 1910’s. This project combines the constructivism style with the lyrics to Louise Bogan’s poem “Medusa”.