Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, 2013
The Future Energy exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) in Chicago is a 3,000 square foot hall where, through interactive games, visitors are inspired to be thoughtful citizens as energy consumers.
Visitors are split into teams that compete with each other playing 5 large-scale interactive games about energy consumption. Each game prompts you to maximize energy efficiency in a different context: a house, a car, a neighborhood, Chicago's transportation system and the city's energy sources.
I was involved in the project since the concept phase, when we sketched and prototyped ideas on how each game should be structured and played. As a Software Developer, I was responsible for the development of 2 of the interactives: the Future Power game and the Scoreboard.