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Peek ๐ŸŽจ

Peek and keep your favorite pieces of art to find out more when ever you want.

This is the last project for the first year of my master degree at Gobelins, based on a partnership with La BPI Centre Pompidou.
Our team consists of three designers and two developers.

We choose a wristband instead of a smartphone app so visitors can focus on what really matters : the place they are visiting and the work of art they have in front of them.

The experience is composed of 3 main steps :

  • The visitor get his wristband and fill his email adress at the beggining of the exposition.
  • During his visit, he can scan his wristband on every piece of art he likes.
  • Back home, he will have an email with a link to his personnal account on peek's website, where all his saved piece of art lives.

We've more preciselly describe the user journey on this section :

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My role was to take technical choices for the IOT part of the project and to establish a link between the physical and the digital experience of the user.

This is made possible by the use of a wristband which has a built-in RFID tag and a small terminal placed next to each work of art.

This 3D-printed terminal is composed of the following pieces of hardware :

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Every wristband is associated with the user's email adress. This allows us to find out which works of art each user selected during their visit.

Here is an illustration that explains the technical architecture of the project :

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If you are enthusiast about the project, feel free to say hello ๐Ÿ‘‹

Created with ๐Ÿ’œ by our team :
Melanie Lo - UI, UX designer
Anais Maxin - UI, motion designer
Lovis Odin - UI, 3D designer
JC Gigonnet - Dรฉveloppeur