Yesterday it was The WORLD AIDS DAY. For this project, me and John Revel (http://www.johnrevel.com) decided to help NAT (National AIDS Trust) by raising money on the World Aids Day, with an interactive event in a big disco at Lincoln (United Kingdom) by getting people to compete on our Sperm Race Game.
The project consists on a 5 player game where players have to race each other shaking a specially made controller. Each player is represented by a 3D little sperm pod that has the colour of his controller. The harder you shake the controller, the faster the sperm pod moves. This controller was made of 2 push buttons and a weight between them. The winner is the first one to reach the top of the screen. People will had to make a donation to play. It turned out really well; we had a lot of support from the Engine Shed (the disco), the University of Lincoln and from NAT.
The project was made with Arduino, Flash, Photoshop, Maya and After effects.