Among the 24 digital systems produced for Lodève Museum is an interactive installation called “Earth in all its shapes and forms”, an audiovisual experience that is part of the “Traces of Life” exhibition.
Visitors use a 52-inch touchscreen to view the evolution of the Earth, from all angles. A cursor indicating the theoretical position of Lodève means that visitors can follow it as they move through the animation and experience the huge geological changes from 500 million years ago to the present day.
Using edited maps from various periods of geological time, together with input from the museum’s scientific committee, our team of developers devised a programme to view changes on Earth and plate tectonics in a real-time animated application.
Production: Musée de Lodève, Les Fées Spéciales
Main contractor: The architect Projectiles, the museographer of Projectiles and the designers of Polygraphik.
Contracting authority/Projetc owner: Communauté de Communes du Lodévois Larzac.
Museum direction: Ivonne Papin Drastik
Scientific officer: Stephane Fouché
Project management: AG Studio (Yasmina Barbé Boudhar, Florent Sauzedde)
Les Fées Spéciales
Project manager: Flavio Perez
Artistic director: Marie Saby
Cartography: Damien Picard
Interactivity: Duy Kevin Nguyen et Mina Pêcheux