Augmented Museums of Uruguay

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.

Team Christian Clark, Germán Clark, Federico Linn, Oscar Martinez,
Client Intendencia de San Jose
  • Credits:
  • Shaman Development Studio - Software, configuration, installation, management.
  • Óscar Martinez - Management.
  • Fabrizio Bogado - Visuals.
  • Guillermo Berta - Sound design.
  • Campo de Marte - Production.

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