Virtual 360° Pano Showroom
The project includes two showrooms. The virtual showroom "Transfer Network" is to present the Agency for Transfer and Social Innovation, the five pilot projects and the Innovation Labs of the Catholic University of Applied Sciences NRW. The virtual showroom "MehrWert Sozial!" presents the project and the eleven thematic areas.
The virtual Pano showroom is intended to be an open, inviting place to meet. Nature and planting are a central element of the design. The colors of the transfer network are consistently found in all elements. While the agency presents itself directly in the start area, the five pilot projects (SoWiLa, FIGEST, UBIF, Versorgungsbrücken and BeWEGt) each have their own space in buildings arranged in a circle.
The areas of the Innovation Labs with the locations of the Catholic University and the areas of Science Communication and Networking have open spaces on the lawn in front of the reception. This results in a tour around the planted courtyard for the visitor to discover the contents of the areas.
The virtual showroom is intended to present the project and its 11 thematic areas. In order to be able to integrate and exchange the contents of the areas as independently as possible, a concept with individual rooms was developed for this purpose. Thus there is a large reception hall with general information and the separate topic rooms with specific information and videos. In addition, there is a lecture room in which the recordings of the live event are integrated and made available on demand.
The aesthetics of the room architecture forms a combination of modern elements and traditional construction. Central basis in the design are also the themes of accessibility and diversity.
Both projects are 360° panorama showrooms. The control is very intuitive. If you stand at a point as a visitor, you can rotate 360° around your own axis and view everything. With a click on the moving arrows you can then jump to the next point. The integrated info points can be opened by clicking on them. The icons and objects on the screen show at first glance what content is hidden behind the info point. A navigation bar can be used to turn the background sounds on and off, activate full screen mode, display the floor plan of the show and the control help.
A big challenge was to integrate the amount of content aesthetically into the booth and still make it tangible. As far as possible, all elements have a place in the environment and are not simply presented as an information point. So it's worth taking a close look and "feeling" the booth. There is much to discover!
The exchange with the customer is very pleasant. Communication is always very swift, solution-oriented and goal-oriented. Decisions are made quickly and without complications. Working on the project has been a lot of fun for everyone involved and we are proud of the result.
The cooperation and advice from the WWM team was excellent. The conception of both showrooms was highly professional, straightforward and efficient. The feedback on our virtual booths is extremely positive. All in all, we are highly satisfied and can recommend WWM without reservation.
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