Client: Japanese American National Museum
Tools and framework: Unity3D, C#, Quill, Maya, Python, VR/AR 
RolePrototyper, Unity3D Developer, Software Engineer
Team size: 15​​​​
Premiered at Tribeca Film Festival 2021
"A Life in Pieces: The Diary and Letters of Stanley Hayami" is an immersive virtual reality experience that brings to life the wartime journal of Stanley Hayami, a Japanese-American youngster detained with his family at the Heart Mountain camp in Wyoming during WWII. This project uses interactive Quill animation and Unity-based VR technologies to create a compelling narrative experience. Through the eyes of  Stanley, viewers go around a historically accurate replica of Heart Mountain, witnessing the everyday life, hardships, and dreams of the imprisoned Japanese-American population.
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