Empower disaster response teams to quickly respond to an emergency, rebuild faster, and restore affected areas more efficiently through an unparalleled mixed reality experience.It was awarded the The Best VR Experience: Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief at 2016 Seattle VR Hackathon IV.
Group project with Drew Stone, Amánda Koster, Alicia Lookabill, Tyler Esselstrom, Sebástian Sánchez, Abhigyan Kaustubh, Evan West, and Jared Sanson.
User Flow, Ideation, Interaction Design, Prototyping, Coding
DisastARcons is an Augmented Reality application designed for Microsoft HoloLens during the 48 hours VR Hackathon. The project focused on providing a assessment tool for second responders in the disaster scene to to quickly inspect the environment by leaving marks to label out the possible hazardous area and to share and exchange information with the Disaster Emergency Operation Center. The project was awarded The Best VR Experience: Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Award and it was demoed and presented at the Immerse Summit 2016 at Seattle.