David Pike

Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital – Online Safety Game

Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital contracted me to create an online safety game. I managed the overall process, including animation, audio, design, programming (CSS3, HTML5, and JavaScript), and scriptwriting.

Players were told how many safety hazards were in a room and used a touch screen or a mouse to select each hazard. They were notified when a press or click was correct or incorrect. When correct, an audio file would play to confirm the selection and explain why it was a safety hazard. Once all hazards were found, players were directed to the next room. The rooms were created in a 3D application and rendered as illustrations. 

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