A double-decker bus was converted into a mobile exhibition space for the Saxon addiction prevention project GLÜCK SUCHT DICH. Together with Kraussreinhardt, we conceived and designed various interactive media stations. Here, children and young people can playfully explore what happiness means, how to protect themselves from the dangers of addiction and how one is connected to the other.
The roadshow character of the exhibition was particularly exciting for us. This offers many new possibilities and also brings with it some challenges in terms of space and technology. We had the opportunity to develop a multi-sensory experience to appeal to all the senses. The visitors can immersively dive into the theme worlds.
In addition, the topic of addiction prevention should reach young students and convey facts and contexts in an unbiased way. To achieve this, the range of topics was expanded. For example, media and social networks are also critically questioned with regard to their addiction risks.
Our work ranged from the development of interaction and game concepts to programming, level and interface design and the development of a timed media control system for the entire exhibition.