This is the prototype walkthrough of my interactive large-scale touchscreen design. To give a sense of size, the standing user's head is approximately just above the middle square on the screen. A user in a wheel chairs' head is approximately at the lower half of the square.
As users approach the screen, they're able to scroll through randomized and anonymous user-generated pictures, or select one currently in a bubble by tapping on it. Each picture is shown on screen for a week. The size of the circles indicate their place in that timeline. For instance, larger bubbles were recently created, while smaller bubbles have been on the screen for almost a week. This helps control overpopulation of images.
Users can generate artwork right on an Instagram-like GUI by tapping the paintbrush tool. In this sense, it's already familiar to users, especially youth.
Disclaimer: This is just a prototype. Greater functionality, including mobile integration, as well as smoother animations are intended for the final product