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- Immersive digital space in the exhibition
- Media technology includes, among other things, over 20 projectors, audio and camera technology as well as exhibit construction
- Projections on interactive walls & floor to create the impression of being on the ocean floor
Technopolis, the Flemish technology education center in Mechelen, opened its new immersive digital space Partnerzone with the exhibition “Zeekracht” (Sea Power).
The media technology, consisting among others of more than 20 projectors, audio and camera technology as well as the exhibit construction, is controlled via the comprehensive media control system of NeuroomNet.
Immediately after entering the immersive space, projections on the interactive walls and floor create the impression of being on the ocean floor. Fish swim around, the ground moves with the tides.
The interactive walls give visitors the opportunity to build wind turbines, protect whales from underwater noise and create their own waves to generate energy. On a large interactive projection table, they learn what the port of the future may look like, how the port’s enormous energy needs will be met by renewable energy, and how ships will be fueled with electricity or hydrogen.
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A unique world of knowledge and experience awaits visitors in an area of 25,000 square meters.