Commissioned by the University of Bristol and housed at the Royal Fort Gardens park in Bristol, United Kingdom, artist Katie Paterson’s Hollow explores the realm of natural science by inviting viewers to experience its materials—more than 10,000 different kinds of tree samples construct Hollow. For an accompanying online experience, digital firm Hello Monday opted to re-create the art piece with a more abstract flair, resulting in a 360-degree, 3-D model that enables users to delve deep into the data behind the materials. Users can click on highlighted pieces within Hollow and learn more about its tree samples, including the species name, taxonomy and geographic origin. The 3-D model of Hollow was built in Three.js, and the site’s animations were created in GreenSock’s TweenMax, a function that facilitates staggered animations on multiple objects.
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