HTML5 web app contest
Saturday, November 19th, 2011
We’d like to receive an proposal from you before Novembre 22th, with some preliminary info on the technology and artistic spin. The project, or a first version of it, must be finished by December 10th. Our budget is in the range of 1,500-4,000 euros, depending on the quality of the proposal.
WHO/WHAT: Tecnoconsult International (“TI”) – as developer of the 120M€ and 57,000sq.mts Open Media Park (Q1-2014) and Digital Artists Labs (Q1-2014), promoter and financer of Open Media Cluster,(Q3-2012) and operator of the Opem Media Hub (Q1-2011) – would like to make a timeline-based web animation that would describe the evolution of the Hub, Cluster and Park project to date and its unfolding in time.
(Websites and under underconstruction)
STORY: We see it as mostly 2D animation where – while a timeline on the screen (on a top slider?) – elapses months and years, a zooming in and out of an aerial view of the area is combined with an appearing of overlay images, vectorial elements and text elements – will describe what building of office/production spaces and localization of media/video services have happned and will happen in time (1990-2014), with an decisive enphiasis on what we (TI) have done and will do.
FORMATS: Possibily, it would be something that can be used, possibly with slight modification, primarily as a self-presentation with audio that can be launched on the site which may also:
– for non-HTML5 browsers: be saved as a h264 video (or as a flash file)
– be runnable and understandable without audio
– be started from different points in the timeline
– ? be used for live presentation in alternative to a powerpoint presentation
– ?? linkable to a page on the side of the presentation screen where a list of more detailed description of the events unrolling (taken from our Timeline page) would scroll on in sync with the animation (as it seem to be possibile with popcorn.js)
– … more
The animation should be editable for the future as the project changes.
AVAILABLE SOURCE FILES
-aerial view from Google Maps
-onlique views from Bing Maps
-streetside views from Google Streetview (Santa Cornelia, Cassia Bis, Via Olmetti (i.e. Hub) and more)
-list of core descriptions of each project, websites (and updated&extended website by end Novembre 2011)
-street side 3D renderings of the architecture, plus one SW aerial oblique
-new (urban) plans, including new roads and new highway exit
-new (urban) plans,
-Hub (operational by 11-30-2011:
-detailed floor plans
-pictures of the refurbished spaces (available by November 25th)