Wu Kingdom HelV Relics Museum Implementation

Hello Dance-tech collegues ,here i share a projecct developed by http://tamschick.com/ where i worked as System and interaction programmer.
hope you like and find interesting as there is lots of action from body movement same techniques could be apply to dance.

kind regards.
Abraham

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This is a clip while implementing in place and first shows of the project.

Visitors are immersed in a 15-minute story about the rise of the Kingdom of Wu during the Spring and Autumn Period between 514–496 BC. We created a unique visual style as a mix of cinematic martial arts scenes shot in Shanghai combined with paint-style animations.

The linear storytelling is enhanced with interactive elements that reinforce the visitors’ feeling of being transported back in time, away to king HelV’s coming into power, his fight for hegemony, the victory at the battle of Boju and other great legends of that period.

For more info and Official project link : http://tamschick.com/project/wuxi/?lang=en
Official Video : http://vimeo.com/97433364

Client
Wu Kingdom HelV Relics Museum Wuxi/ Peoples Republic of China

Lead Agency
General de Producciones y Diseño, S.A. (GPD)

Lead Project Management GPD
Eric Teunis

Idea & Concept
Boris Micka
Marc Tamschick

Direction & creative direction
Marc Tamschick

TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE GmbH

Tasks
Overall Management, Planning & Production of the Spatial Media Design, Conception, Story Development, Creative Direction, Direction, Art Direction, Production of Shooting, Motion Design, Animation, Postproduction, VVVV programming, Music composition and Sound Design, Implementation

Project Management
Nina Hüskes (Claudia Baumgartner)

Production Management
Tobias Ziegler (Steffen Armbruster)

Sound-Design, Composition
Stefan Will, Sebastian Zenke, Niko Grunert
BLUWI Music and Sounddesign GbR

Interactive Sound programming
Daniel Plewe & Stefan Will
BLUWI Music and Sounddesign GbR

vvvv system programming :
Julien Vulliet
Abraham Manzanares

Media Technology / Hardware
Kraftwerk Living Technologies & Brainsalt Media
22 WUXGA projectors, 14 IR cameras, 36 synchronized computers, 34 audio channels

Floor: with projection and interactive video & audio, size approx. 400sqm, resolution 3600x8500 pixels

Wall: projected & interactive, size approx. 240sqm, resolution: 1900x8500pixel

Program Runtime: 15min

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