Exploring the future of reading
Using facial recognition, the content blows up the further the user steps backwards and shrinks down when the user moves closer to the camera. A curious enquiry into the future of readable matter.
A piece of speculative design represented through the form of an Architectural model. Re-imagining how will the citizens of Hong Kong interact with museums in 2020 with consideration of population, cultural priorities, density etc. The prototype model presents one underground museum which brings user's down a memory lane of that districts history and heritage. Without interfering with the citizens busy lives and densely built buildings, the entrance to the museum takes place in a cubicle similar to HK's MTR entrances. Through a flashback bullet elevator, the user will be transported to the floor of the underground museum. To make history and heritage closer to the citizens, I want to built a series of museums based on the geographical location of the MTR stations showcasing each district's own history, as an alternative non conventional passage citizens can use to access the MTR station.
Traditional Yum Cha
A foldable dining matt which encourages the practice of Chinese 'Yum Cha' (Afternoon tea heritage). Designed to encourage and educate foreigners to the practice. Matt includes, instructions to holding chopsticks, placement of utensils, foreign stories of the heritage and a turn table style infographic on the back which includes the do's and don'ts during Yum cha in the form of icons and short text.
Mao Says Relax
A series of propaganda Linoleum Prints inspired by the extreme common stress in China citizens and their on going praise for Chairman Mao.
Humans As Circles
Experimental design to generate a digital portrait of a human through applying different forms and movements circle to their attributes such as their skin colour pigment, hair colour etc.