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Arctic Beat Sheet for Faculty

All sections in red need content from Faculty.
Beats
Stage
Location
Content on Faculty UI
i
Faculty Script
i
3D Objects
3D Animations
2D Content
Sound
Haptics
1
Welcome to the experience & the CPO environment
1
CPO
Holographic Globe
Globe idle rotation
Space and Ambient Electronic - ANO interval
Click + release sounds for arrow buttons
2
Introduce the Arctic
1
CPO
Cold wind, Ice breaking, Helicopter sound, Ambient music (Ethereal)
3
Dive deeper into present day Arctic & why it is important
1
CPO
Lake wind ambience, Cold wind
4
Arrive at present day Arctic
2
Arctic - Present
Helicopter
Helicopter Animates out of scene
Helicopter leaving sound
Arctic ambiance sound?
Rumble of helicopter leaving
5
Overview of present day environment & its living elements
2
Arctic - Present
Polar bear
Polar Bear walks onto nearby ice sheet
Polar bear sound?
6
Introduction to ice measuring experience
2
Arctic - Present
7
Hand scanning
Futuristic UI Sensor sound
8
Begin ice measuring experience - drilling hole in ice
3
Arctic - Present
ROV sound (movement)
9
Launch ROVs underwater
3
Arctic - Present
ROV sound (water)
10
Students are completing experience
3
Arctic - Present
11
End the interactive experience
3
Arctic - Present
12
Conclude findings from ice scanning activities (ex: ice thickness, light bleed)
4
Arctic - Present
-
13
Introduce time travel to future version of the Arctic
4
Arctic - Present
-
14
Welcome students to future Arctic.
5
Arctic - Future
Lake wind ambience, Cold wind
15
Present environment & it’s living elements
5
Arctic - Future
Grolar bear
Narluga
Lake wind ambience, Cold wind
16
Introduce going underwater to see a new view.
5
Arctic - Future
Narwhal clicks, Lake wind ambience, Cold wind
17
Overview underwater environment
6
Arctic - Underwater
Vast ocean (Raphah Ambient), Ambient underwater noise
18
Introduce underwater ROV experience
6
Arctic - Underwater
Vast ocean (Raphah Ambient), Ambient underwater noise
19
Begin underwater ROV experience
7
Arctic - Underwater
20
Students are completing experience
7
Arctic - Underwater
21
End the interactive experience
7
Arctic - Underwater
22
Conclude VR lecture
8
Arctic - Underwater
23
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Coral Beat Sheet for Faculty

All sections in red need content from Faculty.
Beats
Stage
Location
Content on Faculty UI
i
Faculty Script
i
3D Objects
3D Animations
2D Content
Sound
Haptics
1
Welcome to the experience & the CPO environment
1
CPO
Holographic Globe
Globe idle rotation
Click + release sounds for arrow buttons
2
Introduce how the earth needs our help
1
CPO
3
Dive deeper into present day Hawai’i & coral reefs
1
CPO
Video of Coral Reef at Location (Hawai’i)
4
Arrive at present day Hawai’i bleached coral
2
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
5
Overview of present day environment & it’s living elements
2
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
6
Introduction to methods to repair the coral reef
2
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
7
Overview of finding healthy coral in the bleached environment
3
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
8
Hand scanning
Futuristic UI Sensor sound
9
Begin Coral Interaction Experience
4
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
Coral found completion sound
10
Students are completing experience
4
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
11
End the interactive experience
4
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
12
Conclude findings from interaction & prepare to move to nursery
5
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
13
Introduce next Coral Activity: Microfragmentation
Coral Reef - Nursery
14
Begin microfragmentation activity
Coral Reef - Nursery
15
Students are completing the experience
Coral Reef - Nursery
16
1 year in the future: Coral fragments have grown
Coral Reef - Nursery
17
End interactive experience
Coral Reef - Nursery
18
Conclude findings from interaction & prepare to move back to the bleached environment
Coral Reef - Nursery
19
Introduce next Coral Activity: Planting the collected coral
6
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
20
Begin coral planting activity
7
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
21
Students are completing the experience
7
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
Coral planted completion sound
22
End interactive experience
7
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
23
Tell students that a selection of chosen coral will be planted in the environment
8
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
24
Travel forward in time to see coral growth
8
Coral Reef - Bleached Hawai'i
25
Observe new coral growth in environment
9
Coral Reef - New Growth Hawai'i
26
Reiterate the power of our actions to enact change
9
Coral Reef - New Growth Hawai'i
27
Conclude VR lecture
9
Coral Reef - New Growth Hawai'i
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Content and Data Requests:


Ice Scanning Data:
Faculty Feedback:
Ice Thickness: Have the students measure ice from 1 to 4 meters (in one spot where there is a ridge), but mostly around 2 meters thick.
Sunlight: “Use summer values ranging from 2% under the thickest 4m ridged ice to 12% for the thinnest 1m ice.
Screen Shot 2024-02-21 at 10.16.55 AM.png

Ice Scanning Data (Underwater):
Faculty Feedback:
Ice Thickness:Arctic sea ice has been thinning with more and more ice measuring only 1 to 2 meters (3 to 6 feet) thick.
Sunlight: “Use summer values ranging from 2% under the thickest 4m ridged ice to 12% for the thinnest 1 m ice.
Screen Shot 2024-02-21 at 10.17.07 AM.png

Arctic: Ice Drilling Animation Inspiration

How are holes drilled in the ice currently for ROV deployment?



Arctic: Ice Scanning Data (High Priority)

Please provide different values for Ice Thickness and Sunlight.
Screen Shot 2024-02-19 at 12.50.23 PM.png
Screen Shot 2024-02-19 at 12.50.29 PM.png
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Feedback:
Input Ice Thickness values here:
value 1: 2.9 Meters
value 2: 4.0 Meters
value 3: 2.5 Meters
value 4: 1.8 Meters

Input Sunlight values here:
value 1: 5.0 Percent
value 2: 2.0 Percent
value 3: 7.0 Percent
value 4: 10.0 Percent


Input Average values here:
value 1: 2.8 Meters
value 2: 6.0 Percent


Arctic: Ice Scanning Data (Underwater)

Please provide different values for Ice Thickness and Sunlight for the underwater portion.
Screen Shot 2024-02-19 at 12.51.22 PM.png
Screen Shot 2024-02-19 at 12.51.30 PM.png
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Feedback:
Input Ice Thickness values here:
value 1: 1.5 Meters
value 2: 2.0 Meters
value 3: 1.2 Meters
value 4: 0.9 Meters
Input Sunlight values here:
value 1: 10.3 Percent
value 2: 8.0 Percent
value 3: 11.7 Percent
value 4: 12.0 Percent


Input Average values here:
value 1: 1.4 Meters
value 2: 10.5 Percent

Coral Reef: Coral Overview

While they are looking for the healthy coral, students will be provided with an overview of the coral they found. Provide a brief overview pertaining to each coral. Also, include name of coral (Example below)
Screenshot 2024-02-14 at 12.00.47 PM.png


Feedback:
Coral1.png
Input Coral 1 info here:
Text here
Coral2.png
Input Coral 2 info here:
Text here
Coral3.png
Input Coral 3 info here:
Text here
Coral4.png
Input Coral 4 info here:
Text here

Coral Reef: Coral Planting Values (High Priority)

Based on where students need to plant the coral, provide values for environment and coral
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Environment values:
Provide different types of values one might find in this top down map. If easier, provide ranges
Depth:
Light:
Temperature:
Wave energy:

Feedback:
Coral1.png
Coral 1 planting values:
Depth:
Light:
Temperature:
Wave energy:
Coral2.png
Coral 2 planting info:
Depth:
Light:
Temperature:
Wave energy:
Coral3.png
Coral 3 planting info:
Depth:
Light:
Temperature:
Wave energy:
Coral4.png
Coral 4 planting info:
Depth:
Light:
Temperature:
Wave energy:

Coral Reef: Coral Overview

Because the microfragmentation activity does not resemble the true process, we are adding a modal “Reality check” where we provide some insight into the actual process. We have this so text, but if you wish to change it provide changes to the right.
Screenshot 2024-02-14 at 12.00.13 PM.png


Feedback:
Coral 4 planting info:
input here



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