MADU stands for Augmented Museums of Uruguay (in Spanish). For this project Shaman was hired to develop all the necessary software, selection of hardware, and content generation for a immersive 3-wall projection experience.
This installation is on permanent exhibition at Espacio Cultural, in the city of San José, Uruguay.
The exhibition room has a media server computer that controls four projectors which are blended to crete a continuous projection. The spectators are provided with an Android tablet on arrival, and through that device they can discover augmented reality content during the show.
For this project, we created a custom projection system, a central state controller, a synchronized multichannel audio player, and the augmented reality software running on the tablets. We also managed the project and the content generation.
Shaman Development Studio - Software, configuration, installation, management.
Óscar Martinez - Management.
Fabrizio Bogado - Visuals.
Guillermo Berta - Sound design.
Campo de Marte - Production.
|Team||[Christian Clark] [Germán Clark] [Federico Linn] [Oscar Martinez]|
|Client||Intendencia de San Jose|