GEEnergy Inefficiency

GE
Energy Inefficiency

“Energy Inefficiency” Touch Screen Interactive Application that is installed in the GE Masdar Innovation Centre. (double click to enter full-screen, best viewed at 16×9) Technology The application was developed using actionscript 3.0 and the ASC 2.0 compiler. It was published to an air 3.9 application. This is essentially the same code that would be used if we were to publish to the web via the flash player or to android and iOS via the air for Android and iOS packager. The Away3D library was used extensively through the applications. Notably it was employed in conjunction with the AGAL shader language to create the water and content grid animation. Multitouch uTouch screens were used to display the application. The Starling Framework was used to take advantage of Flash 11’s GPU accelerated Stage3D graphics. Using Starling and Stage3D means that our applications can run up to and exceeding full HD at a silky smooth 60 fps while utilizing extremely low CPU processing power. Credits Dhani Sutanto – Digital Design John Tantoco – Digital Design Pete Shand – Lead Creative Developer Jon Rout – Digital Producer Related Projects Peak Water Emerging Trends Energy Footprint Ecomagination...
GEPeak Water

GE
Peak Water

Peak Water “Peak Water” is a touch screen experience used within the centre to talk about water used within the UAE. It was build with Adobe Air. (double click to enter full-screen, best viewed at 16×9) Technology The application was developed using actionscript 3.0 and the ASC 2.0 compiler. It was published to a Native (exe) air 3.9 application. This is essentially the same code that would be used if we were to publish to the web via the flash player or to android and iOS via the air for Android and iOS packager. The Away3D library was used extensively through the applications. Notably it was employed in conjunction with the AGAL shader language to create the water and content grid animation. Multitouch uTouch screens were used to display the application. Credits Dhani Sutanto – Digital Design David Clarke – Creative Direction Pete Shand – Lead Creative Developer Jon Rout – Digital...
GEEmerging Trends

GE
Emerging Trends

Emerging Trends (double click to enter full-screen, best viewed at 16×9) Technology The application was developed using actionscript 3.0 and the ASC 2.0 compiler. It was published to an air 3.9 application. This is essentially the same code that would be used if we were to publish to the web via the flash player or to android and iOS via the air for Android and iOS packager. The Away3D library was used extensively through the applications. Notably it was employed in conjunction with the AGAL shader language to create the water and content grid animation. Multitouch uTouch screens were used to display the application. The Starling Framework was used to take advantage of Flash 11’s GPU accelerated Stage3D graphics. Using Starling and Stage3D means that our applications can run up to and exceeding full HD at a silky smooth 60 fps while utilizing extremely low CPU processing power. Credits Michal Moczynski – Creative Developer Pete Shand – Lead Creative Developer John Tantoco – Digital Design Jon Rout – Digital...
GESaudi Innovation Centre

GE
Saudi Innovation Centre

Overview I was contracted by Imagination Sydney, along with three other developers, Rhys Turner, Stephen Beeson and Ben Spooner to create 12 touch screen applications, along with 4 additional supporting applications. I took the lead on 9 of these, and supported on the rest. Adobe air was used to package the applications and the Away3D and Starling libraries were used extensively throughout the applications to produce full 1080p 60 frames per second experiences. A majority of the applications had RFID card integration, which enable users to unlock the applications and download additional content. Application Breakdown As visitors arrive at the centre, the first thing they see as they exit the elevator are the “Entrance Welcome Screens”. These are two ~10feet screens that sit either side of the elevator exit. They are very basic applications that simply display a GE welcome message in both English and Arabic. At this point visitors are ushered to one of four of the “Registration Screens”. This is where RFID cards are issued and where visitors can update user data associated with their RFID card. The “Registration Screens” also explain what the centre is about and how the RFID cards can be used with the other applications. While visitors are setting up their RFID cards they can also absorb data and info graphics that are displayed on the “Stats Wall”, which is a 10×8 Christie Micro-tile array, measuring around 4.1 x 2.5 meters. This application was built using the Box2D physics library and Starling. The next three applications are horizontal scrollable timelines which showcase the history of GE, it’s products and it’s goals for the...