TUNNEL VISION

Area 51 helped create a stunning interactive tunnel for a major world technology exhibition staged in Amsterdam.
Featured at the ISE 2019 Show at the RAI Exhibition and Conference Centre in the Zuidas business district, the Epson Vortex was a show-stealing highlight in an event that was teeming with amazing and innovative audio-visual products, displays and technology. The Epson Vortex was a lengthy, 360-degree interactive tunnel that stunned visitors.

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Area 51 helped create a stunning interactive tunnel for a major world technology exhibition staged in Amsterdam.

Featured at the ISE 2019 Show at the RAI Exhibition and Conference Centre in the Zuidas business district, the Epson Vortex was a show-stealing highlight in an event that was teeming with amazing and innovative audio-visual products, displays and technology.

The Epson Vortex was a lengthy, 360-degree interactive tunnel that stunned visitors.

It was projected upon by eight stacks of Epson Pro L1755 15K lumen projectors, valued in excess of £250,000 in an immersive edge blending projection visual presentation that provided each viewer with a unique visual experience based on their own motions or other interactions as they walked through the tubular creation.

The tunnel was considered one of the top highlights of the show and was sprayed with Screen Goo Rear Projection coatings throughout.

The steel structure measured seven metres long, 2.4m wide and three metres tall. It was fabricated at Areas 51’s workshop in Warwickshire and then delivered to a facility in Liverpool for a test run before the finished tunnel was taken over to the Netherlands for the main event.

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