Tag : tablet display
Recently when the Society of Independent Show Organizers (SISO) held their annual CEO Summit at the Grand Del Mar resort near San Diego, CA, they looked to our team to provide an interactive, 3D stereo, and projection mapping experience that even their discerning audience would be impressed by. We were up for the task.
Immersive Experiential transformed the ballroom into a portal into another time and place by projection mapping onto the walls of the room. Our production team utilized the features of the space by mapping to some areas of the wall that had padded cloth features and ornate framing to create virtual windows whereby the audience was able to see ‘through’ to other landscapes and interior shots of larger and even more elaborate structures from European palaces and cathedrals.
To add yet another element with projection mapping, we used real-time generative graphics and allowed the guests to play games and interact on the walls via tabled devices located at each dinner table. These tablets enabled the guests to interact with the projection mapping by playing games, painting on the walls, and interacting with images that were taken of them as they entered the room.
Immersive Experiential delivers experiential product interaction and deep brand impact with our Immersive Mobile Inflatable Domes for Xbox Kinect and the NFL at Super Bowl 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana called the Xbox Kinect NFL Play60 Fan Dome!
Recently we teamed with the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee, Xbox Kinect, and NFL Play60 to bring an immersive and interactive gaming and fan experience to their vision for the Super Bowl Village which spanned a swath of downtown Indy from Lucas Oil Stadium (home of the Indianapolis Colts and Super Bowl XLVI) to Bankers Life Fieldhouse (home of the Indiana Pacers). We proposed the inflatable domes because of their ability to have both internal and external video projection and immersive the audience in media environments.
This first of its kind immersive dome experience featured real-time CG, fulldome cinema, interactive control, and live dome VJ-ing for over 50,000 visitors to the Super Bowl Village. Xbox Kinect game stations were featured around the dome floor that allowed current and future fans of the innovative new gesture based gaming system an opportunity to try new games, experience the platform, and be blown away by amazing dome visuals.