'Back to the Sixties' is an interactive exhibition at the museum of Bokrijk.
At the entrance visitors receive a passport which allows them to take on the identity of for example a stewardess, an insurance agent,… of the sixties. Interactive screens allow you to experience big and little events trough the eyes of your character. Wether it's in the supermarket, the cinema or the hairdresser...
CREATE developed all kinds off touch-applications for the different screens and made them all interact with the passport of the visitors by just placing the passport on one of the screens. On of the funniest applications is the one in the barber shop where visitors can see how they look with a set of hair of the sixties. Using augmented reality, this app determines the face of the visitor and produces a hairdo that fits (starts at 0:58 min in the video below). All the 3D hairdos were also produced by CREATE.
The exhibition is a great succes and we are very happy about the result. We would like to thank Ocular and Pièce Montée for the fun project.
check out the video below: