(3B) Immersive Storytelling

DESIIGNERS protfolio

Ruixi Yin
Rocky and Ben final.pdf


Quinn Brown


Quinn Brown
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Today we plotted a cowling for our fan, we test cut some trusses for it and they turned out well. Next class we will assemble the fan and hopefully cut the rest of our parts.


Quinn Brown
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Today me and brandon recieved our parts and began to prototype our next stage. Temporarily we duct-taped the box together, with a flexable plastic as a place to put your head through the bottom. Next class we are going to design a fan cowling like is shown in the picture for the fan that will blow air inside of the helmet.

Room Layout

Kassidy Hines
another iteration of a potential room layout of the haunted room/maze 

New Direction

Quinn Brown

Today Brandon and I decided on a final design. We are going to use 4 stereo speakers in each corner of a polystyrene box. Mr. Ryan is ordering the foam for us and when it arrives we will cut it in the laser cutter. 

10/18 - New Idea

Quinn Brown
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We are thinking of a new design that involves the user putting a box over their head with fans in the sides so that the illusion of wind is still there. Next class we will begin advancing on this idea. 

10/12 - Soddering

Quinn Brown
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On Wednesday me and Brandon began to revise our origional idea. We came up with a helmet style instead of a full room so we could utilize the Arduino's power.

New Design for our Idea

Zachary Stanley

For our new idea, we are thinking of a bix cardboard box that will be extended from the ceiling.  The box will be hanging and a person can put their head in it from underneath. Next we will have speakers in the four corners of the box.  Addtionally, we will have speakers all across the inside of the box.  The position of these speakers will dictate the position of where the sounds will come from and hopefully pull certain emotions from the subject in the box.



me and vickys example tile

Van Sloan
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today me, and vicky sautered some wires to make our led light up when we clicked the button. then we made a hole in the tile for the button, and put some springs in it. so that when you step on the tile it doesn't go all the way down it just pushes the light for it to come on.