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Kartentisch / Museum feature


Discipline: Interior Architecture


Discipline: Interior Architecture

The visitor places one of four maps on the table. Suddenly small boats begin to move on the map, historic navigation aids are explained and GPS satellites float above the earth. What appears to be magic is a finely tuned system of interlocked media. When the user moves the map, the projection adapts itself instantly. Printed and projected content are combined to create an inspiring impression. Here you learn, in a playful way, about the sea routes of the 16th century, selected navigation aids and modern GPS.

  • TARGET GROUPS Consumer / User, Specific sub-group: Visitors of the museum

  • TARGET REGIONS Europe, Specific country/region: south Germany

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME 13 - 24 months


Client / Manufacturer

Regio Augsburg Tourismus GmbH

Regio Augsburg Tourismus GmbH
Augsburg, Germany

Götz Beck, Wiebke Schreier, Katharina Dehner


LIQUID Agentur für Gestaltung

LIQUID | Agentur für Gestaltung GbR
Augsburg, Germany

Ilja Sallacz, Leo Bergmann, Sönke Uden

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