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    WALL OF WONDERS 26M LONG SCREEN OF MARVEL Wall of Wonders is an art installation conceived as a relax zone for the ART x TECHNOLOGY exhibition … Read More
    WALL OF WONDERS 26M LONG SCREEN OF MARVEL Wall of Wonders is an art installation conceived as a relax zone for the ART x TECHNOLOGY exhibition in Warsaw during the Need For Street 5 Festival (october 2013) we helped to produce. It took place in the now-abandoned, biggest printer in Poland – Dom Słowa Polskiego. The huge post-industrial space was adopted to showcase interactive installations, 3D projection mappings and artworks. Having such a huge space we knew, we had to use one of those enormous walls. We’ve came up with an ultra panoramic projection to create a chill-out zone with a sense of wonder. The screen built exclusively for that purpose was 26m long and 4.5m high. We created series of animated short films which were conceived with such scale and proportions in mind from the very beginning. With long takes and slowly building ‘suspense’ we achieved an epic panoramicexperience you could immerse in for hours. The Ocean. It's an abstract water animation made with the huge scale projection in mind. Using artificially simulatedphysical phenomenas like wind or Coriolis force, we brought life to the giant screen. The water particles were simulated in Realflow and rendered as cubes whose length and color were directly transformed by the particles' velocity in C4D. The animation was later converted for the dome projection and is also a part of an ongoing, multi-media series WATER RELATIONS. All the animations were 3xHD. Leaving aside render times, the huge resolution (5760x921px) gave us amazingly crisp details. To screen it we needed 3 projectors combined. The quality allowed us to place been-bag-chairs as close as 2-4 meters from the screen and create and amazing relaxing experience. Read Less
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WALL OF WONDERS
26M LONG SCREEN OF MARVEL
 
Wall of Wonders is an art installation conceived as a relax zone for the ART x TECHNOLOGY exhibition in Warsaw during the Need For Street 5 Festival (october 2013) we helped to produce. It took place in the now-abandoned, biggest printer in Poland – Dom Słowa Polskiego. The huge post-industrial space was adopted to showcase interactive installations, 3D projection mappings and artworks.
 
 
 
 
Having such a huge space we knew, we had to use one of those enormous walls. We’ve came up with an ultra panoramic projection to create a chill-out zone with a sense of wonder. The screen built exclusively for that purpose was 26m long and 4.5m high.
 
 
 
We created series of animated short films which were conceived with such scale and proportions in mind from the very beginning. With long takes and slowly building ‘suspense’ we achieved an epic panoramic experience you could immerse in for hours.
 
It's an abstract water animation made with the huge scale projection in mind. Using artificially simulated physical phenomenas like wind or Coriolis force, we brought life to the giant screen. The water particles were simulated in Realflow and rendered as cubes whose length and color were directly transformed by the particles' velocity in C4D.
 
 
Animated by MELT / Kamila Staszczyszyn x Kuba Matyka
Music: Ryan Hemsworth - track 5 (crashed)
 
The animation was later converted for the dome projection and is also a part of an ongoing, multi-media series WATER RELATIONS.
Directed by Kuba Matyka & Kamila Staszczyszyn
Animated by MELT
Music: Arca - Fossil (edit)
All the animations were 3xHD. Leaving aside render times, the huge resolution (5760x921px) gave us amazingly crisp details. To screen it we needed 3 projectors combined. The quality allowed us to place been-bag-chairs as close as 2-4 meters from the screen and create and amazing relaxing experience.
Idea, design and animation by MELT
Stage design: ponadto grupa projektowa
 
If you'd like to use the art as wallpapers, let us know in comments and we'll make it possible. :)