Developed with Richard Lewis Media Group for National Geographic, this exhibit allows users to explore one of the largest trees in the world, The President giant sequoia. Using a touch screen, users control the view of the tree, projected onto a 40 foot wall in front of them. Both screens are Unity applications running simultaneously, the touch screen communicating the user’s choices to virtually zoom from location to location on the tree. The tree was constructed in Maya with high resolution texture maps and reconstructed in Unity to give a realistic feel to the experience.

Unity, Photoshop, NGUI, C#