Virtual Holi

Playful technology for social benefit and awareness. An interactive installation at public spaces.

Guided by Prof. Ravi Poovaiah at IDC, IIT Bombay
Group Project, Members : 3

    Outline

  1. • Holi festival has an ancient origin and celebrates the triumph of 'good' over 'bad'. The colorful festival bridges the social gap and renew sweet relationships. .
  2. • While so many humans combat water shortage on a daily basis, we can try to ensure that our celebrations are not insensitive.
  3. We came up with a playful installation, which can be installed in public spaces.
  4. • Our intention is not to replace real Holi festival, but it is to make people sensitive about the huge volume of water they are wasting.
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    Elements of our installation

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  7. This is how people going to play Holi with real props. Special effect will be shown on screen and projected over body too using motion detection and various techniques.
  1. People playing holi virtually, with an interactive anchor. On top right corner, you can see the amount of water used by total number of people there increasing gradually.
  2. Once the session is over, total amount of water used will be shown graphically in a more understandable way.

  3. Above graphical representation in 3d will make people understand the amount of wasted water in a better way. It will also show exact figure in litures.