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During the UI Design lesson, we were commissioned for a fictitious project for the Natural History Museum of Fribourg (NHMF).
The latter calls for projects, for which it is necessary to design a digital interactive device with the only constraint being the use or inspiration of real space.
In order to answer this ask, we have imagined an interactive treasure hunt for children during which they must seek and find clues in order to solve an investigation.
The aim of this activity is to introduce children to the natural history museum of Fribourg and to get them interested in the world around them, while having fun.
"This is a student project carried out via eikon."
"At the Museum of Natural History of Fribourg, a hen announces that her eggs have been stolen. She decides to mobilize a child to help her investigate.
The latter then equips himself with a tablet in order to have an increased vision and to discover clues. The hen suspects three animals of having stolen her eggs: a crocodile, a monkey and a squirrel.
She decides to send the child to visit them in order to obtain information in order to find the thief. "
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