'MASH NOTES' for the Museum of Vancouver.
For the MOV, we created three different data visualization apps that respond to entries sent live by the public. This video shows an incomplete interface and is an early stage test.
Three street level interactive kiosks each asked a provocative question with two optional answers about the city's architecture and built environment. The public's input was interpreted live through generative animation and projected on large screens at the museum. Other methods for participation included SMS and online at mashnotes.ca
All the answer data will be collected and shared online at the end of the show.
We call this public participation system "Voice It". It includes interactive Voice It kiosks (for public input), Voice It stations (for transmission of interpreted data) and the Voice It table which allows gestural control of content created by participants.