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Jasmine Florentine
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unnessarily complicated door concept sketch comments

Reviewer 1:

The drawing is extremely well done, it appears to be either heavily post-processed or done completely digitally.

I am not sure how much of a wow factor this door would have. The lights would be cool and the 3 part door is neat, but I am not excited about this idea.

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Client 2:

Cool looking door.

The lighting effects are a nice touch.

The part of the door that moves upward is somewhat concerning.

Would that door require a higher ceiling height?

Also, the lights in the doors would be living in moving parts.

That can be tricky!

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Client 3:

Very cool concept door -- your amazing drawing ability sells it.

This would be very cool to walk-through.

Many guests comment that awesome doors between rooms is very helpful in making the entire experience feel "real."

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Reviewer 4:

The door looks pretty cool! I like the idea of the light flow. It makes me concentrating on the door and it's definitely a "wow" factor. If I were the user, I'll immediately feel myself dive into a sci-fi world. The door-open mechanism is easy to build as well. Good job!

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Reviewer 5:

This door definitely has "wow" factor!

It looks great, and the colors and arrows show how the door would open great!

I loved the added "DING!" and "FWOOM".

It is a great effect that could translate to almost any storyline and could even be used multiple times in a storyline.

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relative motion door concept sketch comments

Reviewer 1:

This is my favorite concept of the 3. I think the rotation of the doors

leading to the opening would look very cool. It appears to be a feasible design and the opening mechanism also appears to be safe. There does not seem to be any pinch points or danger of limb amputation.

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Client 2:

Some confusion here... Are the doors slanted, but the motion is a horizontal linear one?

I assume the doors never go into the floor, correct?

The look of these is very sci-fi and fits the theme perfectly.

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Client 3:

This door is awesome too -- I love the spinning mechanism/motif.

The animation is sweet, this would look very cool.

A couple challenging facts about the space: you are absolutely right to be considering wheelchair access, that is very important.

A second challenge is the fact that 5 Wits is on the 3rd floor of a mall, with a tenant beneath, so nothing can pass into or through the concrete floor slab.

But we also don't want to build an elevated floor in the room, because that required wheelchair ramps at all exit points (at a 12-1 slope!).

So, as much as I love this idea conceptually, it's unlikely to be built in quite this way.

Are there ways to conjure a lot of this visual effect without elevating the floor or penetrating the concrete floor of the space?

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Reviewer 4:

The idea is neat and easy to implement. The door-open mechanism is easy to build. Upon this general idea, it can be extended to several different door design. I love the idea that the two rings rotating in a different direction.

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Reviewer 5:

Has a great "wow" factor as well.

It's very Stargate, which is pretty cool.

The mechanism drawings clearly illustrate how it would work.

The animation brings it all together.

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ghostcubes door concept sketch comments

Reviewer 1:

The perspective drawing has nice shading and the 6 sketches clearly depicts the intended motion of the door. This would certainly be a cool effect to see, but I am concerned about its feasibility. There seems like there would be a lot of moving parts and actuators? Would it be dangerous if a child placed their hand in between the cubes as they were moving?

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Client 2:

Neat concept, but I'm unclear on how the blocks move and go back into place!

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Client 3:

This looks amazing -- I want to see this door in real life.

I think if this were in a movie, they would use CGI.

I'm afraid of the mechanical complexity (and concerned about the associated maintenance) to pull this off... but I think it is an amazing looking idea.

Very, very cool.

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Reviewer 4:

I love the idea of the moving cubes. It reminds me with the cube in the "Transformers". It's interesting and mysterious.

Also, the way the cubes moving can be associated with some puzzles. The shape of the door can be designed in a way that it delivers some important message.

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Reviewer 5:

It looks great and would also definitely have a "wow" factor!

I would just be concerned about pinch points, and people sticking their hands into the various openings this mechanism would involve.

If you can think of a way to keep hands from getting squished, and how to implement it easily (how would you actuate it?) I'd say go for it!

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Overall concept sketch clarity and presentation

Reviewer 1:

Concept Sketches The sketches are all well done and very clear. The animation of the relative motion door was very clean and well executed.

Storyboard The presentation of the storyboard could be improved. It is not clear that the characters are going through a door or a wall or some sort of obstacle or just behind something. It would have also been nice if the animation was an option and not forced, and indication of slide number would have made it clearer.

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Client 2:

Some good slides here.

Unfortunately, I could not get the video to play in my browser :(

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Client 3:

Amazing presentation -- gorgeous drawings, the additional animation was very helpful.

I love the large iso sketch in each panel, with the smaller detail drawings pulling out key elements.

First class job.

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Reviewer 4:

Your concept sketch is awesome. The drawing is beautiful and very easy to understand. I love the design of your website, especially the pop-up window.

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Reviewer 5:

Everything is super clean and super clear!

The site is easy to navigate, and mechanisms and how things would work are well labeled.

the comments are legible and make sense with the whole picture.

Amazing job!!

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