interactive photo booth
Sun Yat San Nanyang Memorial Hall
Launched in 2023
Experience and learn the stories of history through an interactive photo booth that allows you to create your very own digital membership certificate.
What is the Experience?
Head down to the newly renovated Sun Yat San Nanyang Memorial Hall and learn more about the history of Chinese civilisation at the Mutual Aid special exhibition gallery.
One of the key objectives was to reach out and connect deeply with a wide range of target audience, and to bring out the rich culture of Chinese heritage. As such, a refreshing and interactive photo experience has been created to let visitors create digital certificates in an engaging way.
As visitors reminisce the olden days where photos were not a norm, modern technology will let them appreciate the past of ancient Chinese civilization. Thereafter, users will enter their particulars for the purpose of their digital membership certificate.
Understanding that there is wide range of target audiences, this interactive photo booth has also been equipped to give users the option of toggling between English or Chinese language. To cap off the whole experience, the digital certificate will be sent to the user’s email. This certificate will contain the photo they have taken just minutes ago, and their particulars.
The Mutual Aid exhibition gallery is a long-term gallery that will run from March to December 2023.
To design and develop an interactive photo booth that will complement and leave a lasting impression of the physical Mutual Aid exhibition gallery in the Sun Yat Sen building.
Upon arrival at Sun Yat Sen’s Memorial Hall, visitors will be able to explore a host of events and galleries, including the Mutual Aid exhibition Gallery.
This interactive gallery has been carefully curated to bring visitors on an immersive journey that will allow them to understand more about the early Chinese mutual aid organisations in Singapore and San Francisco, and traces the ebb and flow of these organisations throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.
Through an interactive photo booth, visitors will start their journey by snapping a photo. Visitors will also be required to fill in their particulars as this will be used on their digital certificate.
Thereafter, a QR will be presented via the digital screen for the users to digitally download their newly minted certificate, albeit it looks old!