Spatial design meets digital storytelling
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The GuardKnox XR experience is a bespoke interactive installation specifically designed and created to showcase GuardKnox's groundbreaking technology.
A physical and digital experience combined. Equipped with a Microsoft HoloLens, users can interact with the installation to understand the full potential of the services, technology, and impact offered by GuardKnox.
To engage with the experience, users don a Microsoft HoloLens, which once equipped, guides them through a captivating narrative that expands upon the fast-moving digital future of the automotive industry. Aided by the voice and directions of an interactive assistant, the user is guided through the experience.
Interactive buttons are hidden below the surface of the fabric and only become visible when tapped as part of the experience. This provides a smooth and tactile experience when the users are invited to interact with the fabric of the installation.
The GuardKnox XR Experience was developed in just 4 months by a team of spatial designers, 3D designers, UX designers and Unity developers.
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