Recently, Arcstream installed an interactive floor that uses projection technology at The Science Museum. The â€œLiving Image displayâ€ that is located in the â€œScience For Survivalâ€ exhibition is to be functional until November 2008. The projected image is a â€œpoolâ€ and uses an infra-red sensor system. Visitors can learn about safe drinking water and water shortages due to the theme. The image adjusts with interaction, for example if a visitor walks over it, the image will change. Electrosonic, assisted them in installation and uses a 6,500 Lumen projector which utilizes 1024 x 768 resolution. According to Stephen Foulger, â€œThe interactivity of the technology was also a major factor. We were really impressed with the technologyâ€™s ability to engage peopleâ€™s senses â€“ sight, sound, and touch â€“ which proved particularly popular with our younger visitors.” Arcstream AV offers service in audio/visual across corporate, media and advertising.
[via AV Interactive]