香港知專設計學院媒體研究所

Hong Kong Design Institute Media Lab
香港知專設計學院媒體研究所

Mission使命


The HKDI Media Lab is designed to be a hub to nurture and enhance the integration between innovative ideas, media technologies and collaborations between education, applied research, professional training and industry application.

媒體研究所致力孕育、融合媒體科技及創新意念於應用研究、專業教育及行業應用.


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The Media Lab has its own professional in-house design, ranging from graphical experimentation, 2D or 3D motion graphics, and products, manifesting the materiality in media.

媒體研究所設計部有由平面設計、二維或三維動態視像及產品等專業設計服務,彰顯媒體的物質性展現方法。


Interactive Fish Aquarium for Multi-audiences Project 多人互動虛擬水族館設計

The Interactive Aquarium is an interactive edutainment project with the aim of promoting sustainable seafood in Hong Kong. The project uses the format of digital cinema to display over 40 fish species commonly found in Asia. Through interaction with the application, public can learn the importance of opting for sustainable seafood. In terms of technology, the Interactive Aquarium applied HDR setting with splendid colour gamut to render out high quality 4K motion images which engages multi-audiences simultaneously with a much enjoyable and immersive visual experience.

「互動虛擬水族館」乃寓教育於娛樂的設計,以互動方式向公眾推廣環保海鮮的重要性。
「互動虛擬水族館」以數碼院形式展示40多種於亞洲常見的魚類,公眾透過與應用程式之間的互動,可以學到選用環保海鮮的重要性。在科技層面而言,「互動虛擬水族館」運用了高動態範圍成像技術及4K高畫質動態影像呈現華麗而廣闊的色域,為觀眾提供一個更生動及沈浸式的視覺經驗。


Interactive/ Conductive Wall Project互動導電牆設計

By incorporating the very classical conductive ink, the lab demonstrates to explore mapping of interactive display beyond using flat screens. The interactive interface actively engages audiences with varying gestural control for dynamic presentations of information as the Applied Research focus of the technical aspect.  The research is particularly significant to explore the possibilities of having interactive information panel on 3D products or surfaces in terms of various materials like cloth (fashion), glass or wood (interior), concrete (architecture), plastic (product) and paper (printing) applicable to the industries.

透過導電油墨的運用,探索電子螢幕以外的互動及投映展示方式。作品的互動能有效地讓觀眾利用不同的手勢控制並用於動態信息的展示上,以此作為技術方面的研究重點。這項研究的另一重點是去探索在實體產品或其他物料例如布料(服裝設計)、玻璃或木材(室內設計)、混凝土(健築)、塑膠(產品設計)和紙張(印刷)上使用互動信息版面的可能性。


4D Virtual Reality (VR) Project四維虛擬實景設計

The project manifests a vigorous attempt to work with a multi-players platform accessing to an extraordinary 4D cordless experience of VR mixing with tactile real objects into part of the virtual environment.  The aim is to expand VR technology in a future cinema possibility that multi-audiences are able to be engaged walking around an immersive environment of film scenes.   Proactive participation of audiences significantly narrates and revises the definition of film-viewing.  The applied research experiences will gradually benefit HKDI research staff, students and also inspire the industry in terms of an alternative approach of a future cinema concept beyond the overwhelming VR game.

這個項目嘗試將四維無線虛擬實境體驗融入多玩家平台之中,利用可觸碰的實件與虛擬實境的配合為用家帶來非同尋常的探索體驗。作品目的是為了擴大虛擬實境技術在日後電影業中的應用及可能性,容許多位觀眾同時感受甚至參與於同一電影場景之中。更積極的觀眾參與度可以顯著地敘述甚至修改觀看電影的定義。作品除了可使本學院研究人員及師生於本次研究的經驗中受益,同時也能啟發業界在未來的電影製作概念上另闢蹊徑尋求更多可能性,讓虛擬實境技不止於遊戲。


Mixed Reality (MR) Project混合實景設計

The lab has examined the latest MR Technology on Microsoft Hololens while we forecast the industry are keen to the new possibility of visual merchandising and architectural presentation by applying this mixed reality technology.  The use of Microsoft Hololens scans the environment of the audiences and constructs 3D models or info-graphics to create an interesting MR interface.  The interactive interface actively engages audiences with varying gestural control for dynamic presentations as the Applied Research focus of the technical aspect. 

研究所透過了解 Microsoft Hololens 所運用的混合實境技術,預測業界對這項技術在例如視覺營銷及建築構想展示上的可能性。透過 Hololens 掃描用家身處的環境,可以建構立體模型及信息圖形並用以建構一個有趣的混合實境介面。互動式介面可以吸引用家以不同動作控制展示的方式,同時以此的作為技術方面的應用研究重點。


Augmented Reality Music Performance Project擴充實景音樂會設計

“VTC 35th Anniversary Fundraising Concert – Making Dreams Come True” was held at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre by the VTC group, with Dreams and Hopes as the theme, and led by chorus art director Dr. Henry Shek with the VTC symphony orchestra in the performance and presented various inspiring music. The concert made use of the Augmented Reality (AR) technology to combine virtual and reality scenes and bring a new visual experience to the audience.

於香港會議展覽中心舉行的 VTC 35週年 「樂韻夢飛翔」籌款音樂會,以夢想和希望為主題,並在 VTC 交響樂團及合唱團藝術總監兼指揮石信之博士帶領下,呈現多首鼓舞人心的樂章。音樂會更首度引入擴大實境(AR)技術,將虛擬與現實場景結合互動,為觀眾帶來耳目一新的視覺體驗。