Our mission, in the context of this project that emerged in the museum sector, was to make the contents of an audiovisual production more attractive. We faced the challenge by using the technique of video mapping.
On last October 26nd a new auditorium was inaugurated at the Industry Museum of the Bois du Cazier ( old coal mining located in Marcinelle (Belgium)).
The room with 62 seats is equipped with a retractable grandstand as well as an innovative projection system of mapping.
This inauguration constituted also the opportunity to present for the first time the new introductory film of the museum visit to which we participated.
Entitled "From industrial revolution to world heritage", the latter immerses, for 17 minutes, the visitor with magic and poetry in the heart of the industrial history that made Wallonia great.
This permanent installation broadcasts the film every 20 minutes in 4 languages.
Film made in collaboration with Fred Decoux (FDP Production) and Francis Groff.
Country : Belgium
Additional informationsClient : Bois du Cazier - FDP Production
Date : October 2016
Type : Culture / Museal Exhibition
Production : FDP Production
Key figuresNbr lumens : 7500
Nbr videoprojectors : 1
Nbr of participants : several thousands
Last : 17 minutes
Location : Marcinelle / Belgium