The Red Marker worked with Tampines Meridian Junior College (TMJC) to create a 3D model, 3D rendering, and 3D animation for its exhibit during Racial Harmony Day Commemoration 2021. This collaboration is the first of its kind, as no local government schools have come up with using 3D animation and technology as a teaching aid for racial harmony.
TMJC is a government junior college located in Pasir Ris, Singapore. To celebrate Racial Harmony Day 2021, TMJC came up with a unique idea: to use 3D animation and video concepts as part of their teachers’ educational materials for the topic, specifically a virtual museum gallery tour.
The Red Marker designed a 3D model of a museum that would mimic the feeling of a user going through a physical exhibit. The team visualized a floor plan, which was then rendered in 3D to create the museum model. The walkthrough of the model was then animated to produce a walkthrough video with video clips, photo slideshows, and accompanied by narration on the state of Singapore’s multiculturalism today.
The 3D render and animation are presented in video format, where the viewer goes through visual aids that illustrate the narration in the exhibit. The animation sweeps from one room to another, similar to the point of view you get when taking a museum tour or a gallery walk.