Land Design Studio
This multi-user interactive that asks visitors to vote on contemporary medical issues, explored on touch-screen terminals attached to a comfortable seating environment.
Molecular Targeting Drug, is a game where visitors are challenged to arrange plastic shapes in order to help create new molecular level medicines.
Two animated films were created to explain some of the recent advances in medical technology.
Sited within the graphic the walls of the exhibition, these animations take the visitor on a journey through the technologies using graphic character animation and subtle 3D techniques.
This interactive film, which takes visitors on a journey into the human body, shows how cancer is recognised in human DNA.
Using a rotary controller visitors can scrub back and forth, zooming in and out of a human body.
This animation shows how new technology can help doctors diagnose lung cancer more effectively.
This interactive allows explores new medical visualisation technologies. Visitors can manipulate human organs in real-time 3D to get a better understanding of the advantages of these kinds of systems in medicine.
This exhibit showed how mouse brains develop over time, featuring cross-sections from MRI scans at intervals throughout a mouse's life.
The exhibit used an animation of a silhouette mouse running in an actual physical spinning wheel, projected onto a glass surface to progress through the story.
Sally Rogers and Steve Jones were commissioned to create a collection of sounds and music loops that complemented the overall look and feel of the Medicine Exhibition at Miraikan.
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