The client, Línte na farraige, wanted to create a digital experience that would complement their physical installations showcasing the effects of sea-level rise in Ireland. The client wanted to create an interactive digital experience that would educate and raise awareness about the impact of climate change on the Irish coastline.
To create the digital experience, we partnered with Algorithm, a company specializing in interactive installations, and a group of researchers who were studying the effects of climate change on the Irish coastline. Together, we created an interactive website showcasing the sea-level rise’s impact on the Irish coastline through LED light installations.
The website provided a virtual experience of informing the end user about the physical installations, allowing them to explore the different locations and learn more about the impact of climate change on each site. The website also provided educational resources, including research papers and reports on climate change, to help users understand the science behind the installations.
It also provided a survey for data collection, allowing further research to take place on the matter. The website helped in promoting conversations on climate change and encourage action towards a sustainable future.
In conclusion, we successfully created a digital experience for Línte na farraige that complemented their physical installations and helped raise awareness about the impact of climate change on the Irish coastline. By partnering with Algorithm and a group of researchers, we were able to create an interactive website that provided educational resources and showcased the impact of sea-level rise through LED light installations. The website also provided a forum for discussion, encouraging conversations on climate change and promoting action towards a sustainable future. The success of the project was due to the collaborative effort of multiple parties and the use of real-time data and projections to create a visually compelling and educational experience.