An interactive installation installed in a museum tells the history of the Jewish community of Vienna in the Middle-Ages. The content is gradually displayed on a grid, in four parts. As the user goes in-depth, the interface splits itself and uncovers the structure of the information, without “changing” pages.
Credits & Infos
Client: Museum Judenplatz (Vienna)
Agency: Nofrontiere (Vienna)
Interaction design and user-experience: Joëlle Bitton and Ulf Harr
Art direction: Ulf Harr
Languages: German and English
System: Projection on horizontal surface and interaction with the infrared SIVIT system (developed by Siemens)