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This week, Rebecca takes us on a tour of imaginative ways to create extraordinary audience experiences, because as she says, “You never know when something you’ve seen, stored in the back of your mind, might spark an idea that transforms your event into something truly different with that added magic.”
Le Petit Chef
Projection mapping is a technique usually associated with large videos projected onto buildings. Le Petit Chef is projection mapping scaled down to fit onto a restaurant table – telling the story of a tiny animated chef who brings the meal to life.
The level of realism and scale that can now be created with digital displays means they are no longer just backgrounds. They can be used to impress, entertain, overwhelm, create an emotion and tell a story, transforming the atmosphere and mood of a building or interior.
21st century fireworks
Integrating art, science and technology, drone light shows provide an innovative format to tell a story in the sky and create spectacular aerial art. Whilst drones have been with us for a few years now, as companies push the technology and the computer algorithms to integrate pyrotechnics and laser technology it seems imagination is the only limit.
Build it and they will come
During the COVID-19 lockdown, Minecraft was used by a school headteacher to build his school campus in the game, brick for brick, room for room. It allowed new students to explore their new environment before attending in the autumn, without the restrictions of following a pre-filmed video.
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