A list of services we provided for the project
Lighting & VFX
Audio Design & SFX
Voiceover Recording (English, Spanish)
VR Development & 360° Video
On-site VR Training
Sketching the story
We worked with the National Institute of Health to put together a cohesive sequence of storyboards that detailed the flow of the user experience from start to finish. As with every project, we started with minimally detailed sketches of objects, environments, interactions, and top-down overviews of the player path.
Once the sketched storyboards were completed and approved, we then created a moodboard to help define the design direction for the colored concepts that would follow.
Polishing the concepts
Knowing that the National Institute of Health wanted to appeal to a broad audience, both young and old, we chose an art style that provided a sense of playful realism to allow participants of all ages to get a real sense of the medical breakthroughs, all the while enjoying the mini-games offered to learn more about the research.
These colored concepts were then reassembled into a revised storyboard where it was tested with potential users before beginning development of the application.
Delivering the experience
The final experience was delivered on a Samsung Odyssey headset, which was set up for their "All of Us" road tour to educate consumers about the innovative research happening at the NIH. The experiences was localized for both english and spanish, and a separate 4k 360 video was created in both languages for individuals who were unable to participate in the VR experience.video
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