Belle & Wissell conceived and developed a dynamic media installation called The Memory Wall for the new Wing Luke Asian Museum in Seattle.
Museum visitors are encouraged to contribute their memories (through written stories, videos, oral histories, photos, and poetry) to this ever-changing, animated display.
The programming of this application enables museum staff to have direct control of additions and edits of Memory Wall content over time.
In addition to the media components, Belle & Wissell designed the physical enclosure as a rear-projection installation.
One of the project components was a modular bench that would allow for integrated speakers for an immersive audio experience.
Restricted by weight limitations on the floor of the gallery, Belle & Wissell designed a faux rock to be fabricated and connected to the bamboo flooring.
A high-definition, dynamic water projection was modeled and rendered in 3-D. Water drops and waves were programmed to reflect around the rock.