Limen Visual was commissioned by Intercommale Leiedal to design and execute a unique exposition that let's visitors discover the region of Leie and Schelde.
The exposition features a large interactive map of the region, multiple videomapping installations, an interactive bicycle, a projection mapped scale model of Harelbeke and an interactive treadmill.
Using projection mapping and interactive hand movement visitors could light up the region of Leie and Schelde and discover all projects where Intercommunale Leiedal is active. By hovering over a project you could select it and the accompanying installation in the exposition space lit up.
A large button triggers an introductional video to the exposition. By projecting cartographic information lead by a voice over, visitors learned about the history and future challanges for the region.
With an interactive bicycle visitors could virtually cycle trough 3 regional cycling routes.
A button interface allowed visitors to choose a route and fast forward between points of interest. When pauzing at a point of interest, information pops up.
By using projection mapping Limen Visual brought to life the wooden scale model of Harelbeke.
No figurative animations were used. By using only light and shadow the suggestion of cars, water and boats was created.
A large wall at the entrance of the exposition dynamicly displays the corporate identity of the exposition in the carved out logo.