We partnered with the creative minds at Haygarth advertising agency to craft a fully immersive 3D experience, enveloping users in a world of interactive videos and mirrored walls. Within this captivating space, we surrounded the visitors in a visual feast a magical Disney signature particle trails. What makes this immersive experience truly remarkable is that this content was completely dynamic and responsive, adjusting itself based on the number of visitors present at the attraction
Building this intricate installation was no small feat. It entailed not only creating real-time 3D animations but also developing a sophisticated logic engine that could randomize the appearance and sequencing of animated trails and graphics. Moreover, we had to design a system that orchestrated the entire show, ensuring that 8 interactive statues, each equipped with three IR sensors, seamlessly communicated with the application. This orchestration triggered unique sets of animated trails, all contingent on how many visitors stood in front of each statue at any given moment. The result was a staggering 196 different effects, ensuring that no two visitors witnessed the same combination of visual graphics, delivering a wholly personalized and unique experience to each individual.
This project stands as a shining example of the power of real-time interactive 3D. It distinguished itself from traditional 2D pre-rendered animated video passes, which are then compiled in third-party show controller software like ‘Watchout.’ We used real-time interactive broadcast software called Ventuz which combines 3d graphics powered content from a mid-level specified desktop PC to deliver a real-time interactive interface in which you can connect up motion control systems to trigger the content in real time across any screen or device.
The benefits of taking this approach include:
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