Woodstock Museum: Interactive Map


This animation was created for the Museum at Bethel Woods, informally known as the Woodstock Museum. The client wanted an interactive map of the festival grounds, and we thought that a time-lapse would offer the best visual and informative approach for the viewer, highlighting the fluctuations and evolution in traffic, crowds, and weather. After weeks of studying photos, videos, interviews, and current satellite imagery of the grounds, we designed a map of the area containing all the specific hot-spots the client wanted to cover, as well as certain elements of the 1969 landscape that no longer exist today, at a view from an estimated 10,000ft. detail: Interactive map animation
client: Second Story
date: June 2008
role: Concept, Direction, Design, Animation


 


Alphonse Swinehart
alphonse@thecurio.us