• Tokyo-Paris: Two LDMLs
Presentation organinzed by :
  • DNP
Ninth presentation Louvre – DNP Museum Lab El niño azul, Goya and Spanish Painting in the Louvre
These highly modular LED rear projection units use a high-definition combination of cross-prism screens developed by DNP (with an external light absorption lens structure of 65μm pitch vertically and horizontally).
For this presentation, they've been placed on the same level as the visitor for life-size digital signage.
Characters or drawings made with this digital pen are recorded as digital data using a camera mounted near the tip. This allows, for example, the results of a questionnaire's handwritten responses to be collated instantaneously in digital form and displayed on a screen or on a website
Combination of tangible user interfaces (TUI) and projection mapping
Combining a tangible user interface and projection mapping makes it possible to create a single integrated space able to both inform and interact. Displayed instructions are a means of controlling the time the visitor spends in the space.
Contactless touch panel
As the presentation is destined for relocation to the Louvre, the touch panel was strengthened and protected with a layer of glass and an anti-static film to avoid direct contact with the interactive material during manipulation.
Combination of an interactive digiwall and complex sensors
Three large screens were joined to form a giant digital wall showing a complete timeline. The touch panels can respond to several visitors simultaneously, as each individual user is detected by an RFID chip. Moreover, remote image sensors can give instructions to spectators standing nearby.
Inclusive signage
DNP's 'Boso-kun' face recognition signage system, coupled with an image combination technique called 'Poisson blending', provides a harmonious transition between the colours of the painting and those of the face, integrating the visitor into the digital image as naturally as possible.
Colour management system
As reproductions of the painting are presented alongside the original, the colours had to be carefully controlled to make sure they matched. This image quality was made possible with the colorimetric control performed by DNP Media Create Co., Ltd using the colour-adjusting tool developed by DNP.
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