I worked on this project, so here’s the video. More explanations to follow shortly!
HMC Interactive have completed work on the first of three major two-day conferences for the Driving Standards Agency. A touch-screen based interactive voting system was designed and built to allow nearly 300 conference attendees to ask questions, fill out surveys and leave feedback about the conference. This interactive allowed a live Q&A system where DSA employees were able to anonymously ask questions to the Board of Directors about the company and these were answered in situ.
As well as the touch screen system, HMC Interactive created an extra special centrepiece for the conference. A classic Mini Cooper painted in DSA’s brand colours was pimped out with a plasma screen TV and custom video diary software. The ‘Diary Wheels’, as it became known, used the well-known voice of Big Brother to ask conference delegates questions about the DSA. Their answers were automatically recorded and edited into a vox pops video to give everyone a taste of the conference.
This interactive was highly successful amongst the delegates as it was the perfect non-intrusive feedback system which was also fun to use and original.
For the past 3 days I have been working on a really nice project in Alton Towers for the DSA. Its been a lot of fun, but I’ve had no sleep whatsoever! I will be posting pictures as soon as I can, and you will see the amazing interactive Mini Cooper we produced. Its a beautiful old mini done up to the nines with an amazing bright orange paint job. The inside is modified with a huge plasma screen, video camera and interactive steering wheel. It features the voice over from the Big Brother guy, and records Diary Room style video from inside the blacked out mini. It has been so popular over the past few days.
We have also installed 32 interactive touch screens in the conference rooms for live voting and crowed interaction. Its really sweet.