The technology used
The interactive panorama also has a stately size of 2.24 m x 2.90 m and consists of the printed image, a touch screen and a projector. The exhibit is set up as a triptych and can be well transported. It can therefore be easily assembled and disassembled for trade fairs or museums.
The actions in the panorama are presented with the help of animations, which are triggered by the user himself via touch. For this purpose, 9 capacitive touch sensors are mounted on the back of the image. If a visitor interacts with the exhibit, windmills start rotating, vehicles start moving and drones fly over the image. We’re using an Ultra Short Throw projector, bringing the scenery with animations to life.
The exhibit was developed especially for the application of the Barkhausen Institute. For this we used the software framework VVVV. Our partner Neongrau took over the screen design of the touch monitor. This enables the different content chapters to be accessed despite the size of the panorama.