Compare & Conquer comprises of two parts - the Holographic Chamber and the Implementation Table. The Implementation Table is actually an entire exhibit by itself (called EcoCollage, built by our class instructors Leilah B Lyons and Joey Shelly), and the Holographic Chamber is our addition to it to enhance the user experience.
The EcoCollage is paper based Tangible User Interface (TUI) museum exhibit/game that allows visitors to plan the Blue Island neighborhood in Chicago and prevent it from flooding. The primary interaction is by placing the tokens on the map and then analyzing the results.
Compare and conquer focuses on the analyzing of results with the help of a holographic chamber.