Artistic and interactive projection mapping installations in Atlantis the Lost Chambers. Bringing the story of the Atlanteans to life via immersive sensor based interactivity.
is the ancient lost city deep beneath the sea, and The Lost Chambers finally uncovered its beauty by having the largest aquarium in Middle East and Africa.
To complement over 65,000 incredible marine animals within its halls and tanks, we integrated various interactive installations with the best and latest projectors from Epson to further immerse the visitors in the underwater world of Atlantis and retell its story.
the Lost Chamber, visitors could walk among a school of fish to playfully show them around the center water tank. The floor projection mapping was sensor based and the fish reacted to the guests' movements.
where ancient Atlantean warriors gaze upon the people and guide them through the hall and honor their arrival with a salute is next. A ceiling projection mapping area, where sensors detected the guests and the movements of the Atlantean's above water was synchronized with that.
received an upgrade for normal selfies or photos with glowing hieroglyphs on the jellyfish tank. A subtle animation projection mapping brought the Atlantean's script to life.
This was just the beginning of The Lost Chambers' journey towards exciting technology for a better customer experience and increased customer engagement.
A truly interactive set of technologies that was powered by a real-time graphics solution Ventuz.