Skeleton Closet is an augmented reality educational app developed in partnership with the American Museum of Natural History's Youth Initiatives program. It is powered by Unity and Google Tango. Visitors see an incomplete skeleton overlaid on top of the museum's famous Blue Whale model whose bones have fallen to the floor. Users learn about the whale's evolutionary journey as they piece the skeleton back together.
On this project, I served as the lead developer. I created all Unity scripts, integrated the Tango SDK, and led the design process. I also led communication with museum staff during client meetings.
This project was developed in NYU's Designing for Museums class.