The first Imaginarium prototype is an artful recreation of the original emblem of the Stanford Design Program, dating back to its experimental beginnings in the 1960s. The Imaginarium is an 18' diameter, 5/8 geodesic (3V) dome made of recycled cardboard enclosing a 15-sided, raised wooden platform. It is a multi-media environment designed to encourage creativity, alternative thinking and playful interaction. This project is in collaboration with Gregory Kress, a PhD candidate in the Stanford Center for Design Research.
The Imaginarium was up for one night in the atrium of the d.school on the eve of the Design Program's Personal Statements. We hosted roughly 200 people who waited 30 minutes for a 10-minute show projected against the inside of the dome. This video is an excerpt from the experience.
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