Turtle Link

Local Projects, 2011. 
Interaction Design and Development Intern. 
Collaborated in Sound Design.

Turtlelink was revealed in the summer of 2011 as part of the grand opening of Turtle Reef, an interactive exhibit hall devoted to sea turtles at SeaWorld San Diego. This 92” wall provides young visitors with an interactive space for exploration and learning. Users navigate the globe to learn about specific turtle species, threats to their environments, and conservation measures that have been initiated by SeaWorld for their protection. These turtle location coordinates are entered by staff in Twitter, instantly pulled into the application and mapped to the globe, allowing visitors to monitor live turtle movements and read up to the minute updates Tweeted by SeaWorld scientists.

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Credits
Principal: Jake Barton. Head of Interaction Designer : Ian Curry. Project Director: Jen. Art Director: Katie Lee. Developer: Paul Paradiso.