Fluge at Velazquez Tech Museum

Fluge AV has been the company responsible for supplying and installing the technical equipment of this 360o sensory experience offered in Velázquez Tech Museum Madrid and has The Meninas as inspiration.

It has just opened in Madrid Velázquez Tech Museum, a 360-degree sensory experience that allows you to enjoy interactive installations of sculptures of The Meninas projected with videomapping with accompaniment baroque music and contemporary rhythms.

This project, created and promoted by Antonio Azzato and it has to The Meninas as a common thread, invites visitors to take a tour of different interpretations of Velázquez's most universal work using videomapping techniques, interactive systems and holograms.

The space has eight rooms that offer different facilities where the public can enter inside the room of the Alcazar, know the secrets of Velázquez's hand work, enter the sensory cube of inspiration and then create a 'Menina’ or photographed next to Infanta Margarita, after a tour of the evolution of the main pillars of society with The Meninas as a canvas.

This tour is accompanied by an updated Baroque music soundtrack with contemporary rhythms that has been composed ex professed by Guitarchello.

Fluge Audiovisuals, as a technology partner, has been responsible for the supply and installation of all audiovisual equipment and has been responsible for both the exhibition design and the visual and interactive contents of the exhibition.

Its realization has taken more than six months of work with an important human team that has counted on Enrique Jiménez for exhibition design and coordination between technical and creative teams, Miguel Padilla and Manu Arranz in the creation of visual contents or Fernando Carabias in the configuration and technical development, among others.

Fluge Audiovisuales' R&D department has fully developed the web App of the installation 'Paint your Menina' in which visitors, from your mobile, you can create your 'Menina’ and send it to a virtual aquarium installed in the museum.

Installed equipment:

  • Panasonic: 11 PT-RZ660 projectors and one PT-RZ120, 11 ET-DLE060 optics and an ultra-short ET-DLE035.
  • 3 Dataton Watchout media server of six 4K outputs.
  • 35 square meters of Led screen Absen indoor module 3,9 Mm.
  • 6 Screens Samsung Led Full HD 49.
  • 3 Monitors Nec X 55" videowall.
  • 25 boxes and six D6 stages of D&b audiotechnik.

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by • 27 Apr, 2021
• section: audio, Case studies, control, display, Signal distribution, projection