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Made By - Immersive Documentary

Made By

"Made By" is a documentary that surfaces the issue of child labor behind high fashion. This was a project for a hackathon held by Samsung Accelerator. The theme was "travel" so our team decided to show the travel of a shirt while tracing back its origin from a cotton field in Uzbekistan to factories in Bangladesh.

Modeled in Maya Animated in Unity

Hackathon Project
Samsung Accelerator Team Members:
Miyeon Kim Andrew Park

 

Context

Child labour is forbidden by law in most countries but continues to be rife in some of the poorest parts of the world. The ILO estimates that 170 million are engaged in child labour, with many making textiles and garments to satisfy the demand of consumers in Europe, the US, and beyond.

 

Goal

How could we use VR to let voices heard that otherwise get ignored?

When we buy a shirt, we rarely think about who made it or how it came the department store that we bought it at. Through virtually experiencing the journey of a shirt, we hoped to reveal a different side of fashion behind all the glamour. 

 

Stills

Intro

Intro

Store Interior

Store Interior

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Cotton field in Uzbekistan

Cotton field in Uzbekistan

Factory Exterior

Factory Exterior

Factory Interior

Factory Interior

Traveling back to retail store in U.S.

Traveling back to retail store in U.S.

Tag changed to "Made by children"

Tag changed to "Made by children"

Facts about Child Labor

Facts about Child Labor

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