The Lim Hai Tek Gallery floor plan sits at the upper right corner of the screen, providing a bird’s eye view of the exhibition and easy navigation. White dots on the floor plan mark landmarks of the 360 tour , allowing you to jump from one area of the exhibit to another with a click.
Click and Go Navigation
Users can go forward, backward, and sideways by clicking on the white circle floor icons provided in the 360 virtual tour.
Polygon Highlights on Exhibits
The Red Marker used polygon highlights to provide a seamless experience to learn more about exhibit pieces. When the user moves their cursor over the piece, the entire shape is highlighted to signal that it’s clickable. This feature provides a sleeker look for the tour and gives a more intuitive user experience than the usual “i” icon.
Hotspots on each piece are provided as virtual museum labels for the tour. The hotspots content provide the name of the sculpture, its dimensions, its artist and a link to a PDF containing the artist’s background, similar to the museum labels found in physical art exhibits.