Who is the audience?
All JnJ Employees who are learning the company history and legacy;
Global J&J employees who cannot visit the museum in person;
Museum Personnel who will use the media piece for online workshops;
Public visitors who are interested in JnJ’s history.
Using Google Street View (App) to identify the numbers & position of panoramic photos that are needed to capture all 360° views in the museum.
How do we design a digital museum experience that allows online visitors to touch the treasures of the brand’s legacy and unlock some of highlighted stories in the brand history?
The online experience is an opportunity to show off the physical museum and interactive kiosks in the space to those who cannot visit in person. A virtual tour (360 photographs with hotpots on selected artifacts and interactives) is a more immersive and exciting way to see the museum than via normal photography.
Worked with content researchers and stakeholders on the consensus on the user flow and hotpsot content.
Analyze experience flow and identify shooting spots of pano photos.
Using Pano2VR to test panoramic photos including the image resolution, text legibility and stitching issues.
Responsive Design Free feel to explore the virtual tour by scanning the QR code or clicking the link.
Media Design: Gallagher & Associates
Media Development: Gallagher & Associates
360° Photography: Dennis Biela