KIELHÖFE AR is a Web-Augmented Reality application that showcases the architectural visualization of the new real estate project, KielHöfe. I designed and developed (using Vue.JS and Three.JS) an interactive experience that can be accessed through the web. The project aims to bring to life the transformation of the decommissioned editorial offices and printing press of the reputable regional German newspaper, Kieler Nachrichten. This development offers an opportunity to completely rethink the physical presence of Kieler Nachrichten and their relevance to the citizens of Kiel in a much broader context. Through the use of 3D CAD data from a Danish architecture office in Adobe After Effects, I was able to create an animation of the KielHöfe project, which was then used for the interactive print that can be seen publicly at FLEETHÖRN in Kiel, at the Asmus Bremer Platz. The goal of the application is to communicate the concept of the KielHöfe in an exciting and interactive way for the citizens, by highlighting the uses and functions such as eating, creating, making, recreating and socializing. The development of KielHöfe is a vital part of the rejuvenation and a driver in the revitalization of the city center in Kiel. It is a sustainable, visionary cultural powerhouse that invites everyone to join in, share and experience Kiel culture together, redefining the future of the inner city.
⦁ Designed and developed a Web-Augmented Reality application using Vue.JS and Three.JS to showcase the architectural visualization of the new real estate project, KielHöfe.
⦁ Utilized 3D CAD data from the Danish architecture office EFFEKT in Adobe After Effects to create an animation of the KielHöfe project, which was then used for the interactive print.
⦁ Developed the project with the goal of communicating the concept of the KielHöfe in an exciting and interactive way for the citizens.
⦁ Responsible for all client communication and acted as a Product Manager for the project.
⦁ The interactive print is publically displayed (since June 2022) at FLEETHÖRN in Kiel, at the Asmus Bremer Platz and accessible for citizens to gain knowledge about the project.