Monday, October 3, 2011

Display - exhibits

An exhibit should really be no different than that of an architectural presentation. There should be proper circulation to view flat board space, 3d models and digital viewing screens.
That's a lot of models.
Proper circulation can be designed for better viewing angles of the artifacts. Here is a center circle to be moved around so different angles can be observed. Background images set the tone of the space being observed.

This is another example of 3d model effectively directing movement. Smaller representations are placed upon the wall. Notice how the artifact bisects space, and if the viewer is interested they can be led to the 2-d representations. However moving on the other side of the artifact one can still experience the notion of what is being displayed. Thus the importance of modeled 3-d.

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