Museum Mysteries – 360 Interactive Game

Museum Mysteries is an enhanced 360 interactive game built on the concept of a treasure hunt. Produced as an online kids game activity on Toggle or MeWatch, Museum Mysteries online is an extension to let kids at home be part of the gameplay as they hunt for the hidden objects of that week.

Producing for all 11 episodes, the 360 gameplay allows kids more space and excitement to discover fun facts and learn about the different video stories that are part of the TV show.

Client

Mediacorp

Agency

AP Media

360 Interactive Game

Haroko Studio

 

Museum Mysteries 360 Interactive Game

Behind The Scenes

Here’s an interesting peek into the behind-the-scenes. During a photography shoot, live location or settings may not ideal. The flooring may not seamlessly done, or the lightings can cause colour challenges on the final visual presentation. Unwanted areas or unwanted items are exposed, including shadows. And that’s when digital imaging and having the eye to correct these is critical to presenting great visuals. 

Museum Mysteries - live settings 01 - after post productionMuseum Mysteries - live settings 01 - after post production

Slide to view before and after image post-processing for this part of the live studio setting. Notice that the walls on the left and the flooring were digitally re-created to complete the settings. And colours balanced.

Museum Mysteries - live settings 02 - after post productionMuseum Mysteries - live settings 02 - after post production

Slide to view before and after image post-processing for another part of the live studio. Walls were digitally added to cover up the bare walls of the studio. Floorings were digitally corrected to create seamless flooring. Colours of the overall image balanced.

Museum Mysteries - live settings 03 - after image editMuseum Mysteries - live settings 03 - after image edit

Slide to view before and after image post-processing. Once again, flooring is seamlessly recovered digitally. 

Museum Mysteries - live settings 04 - after image editMuseum Mysteries - live settings 04 - after image edit

Slide to view before and after image post-processing. Unwanted shadows are removed, walls are added in to cover up bare walls of the studio. And unwanted areas of other parts of the studio is cleaned up digitally. 

Episode page of Museum Mysteries. A gameshow series and 360 degree interactive game. 

Viewers see an introduction teaser video. This Museum Mysteries series is a kid’s game show hosted by Chua En Lai.

An Instruction Page. In this 360 degree interactive treasure game hunt, Participants are to discover hidden objects within this 360 virtual compound. 

The 360 gameplay. Museum Mysteries is a fun-filled gameshow and interactive game

What you see here is a 15k resolution HDR Imagery. 

Here is a pop up video within this 360 interactive game. In this Museum Mysteries, kids are presented with interesting videos. 

Participants discover interesting facts via pop up text within the 360 degree interactive game.

Mini Map. A map is incorporated so the participants can navigate the virtual walkthrough easily.

Participants are to hunt for hidden objects like this. 

Hidden objects

An ending video screening the character, time-travelling historian Captian Mer Lai En.

A call to action at the end of this online interactive 360 degree game.

360 Interactive Game Is A Power Learning Tool

360 Interactive Game is a powerful tool for learning. It can be used as a learning resource for trainings, for educational purposes. When users are presented with 360 interactive game, the experience and benefits are actively learning. 

Work With Us

Our customers often say that working with us is easy, and we want it that way! It is our goal to ensure the very best in photography. We will help you capture the highest possible detail and quality that impresses your audience. We also create informative and interactive virtual tours that help you bring your stories or your messages across to your viewers in an engaging way. To get started with Haroko Studio, call us or complete the “Contact Us” form to the right.

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