Game Designer
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Ring Navigation

Navigating through jewelry rather than a paper map

Navigating through jewelry rather than a paper map

Chains indicate path ways that the player takes from source to source within a building.

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 Fountain in the American Wing.

Fountain in the American Wing.

 Fountain in the Egyptian Wing.

Fountain in the Egyptian Wing.

The points of reference for this map of the Metropolitan Museum were its water fountains.

The points of reference for this map of the Metropolitan Museum were its water fountains.

 Isamu Noguchi’s fountain in the Asian Wing.

Isamu Noguchi’s fountain in the Asian Wing.

 Koi Pond in the Asian Wing.

Koi Pond in the Asian Wing.

Once top down vector files of the fountains were created, they were laser cut out of acrylic and joined using standard jewelry chain.

Once top down vector files of the fountains were created, they were laser cut out of acrylic and joined using standard jewelry chain.

 Fountain in the Islamic Wing.

Fountain in the Islamic Wing.

 Fountain in the Greek/Roman Wing.

Fountain in the Greek/Roman Wing.

Using the segments of a human finger

Using the segments of a human finger

You could use smaller rings to designate a second floor and a third or use multiple bracelets as floor levels.