Together with Milla & Partner, Stuttgart, KUK Filmproduktion GmbH designed the main show “Brücken in die Zukunft” (“Bridges to the future”) in the German Pavilion in Hannover at EXPO 2000. A 720° adventure space was created for the show: visitors entered the room on six bridges of varying heights. Screens were located on all surfaces of the room for nine film projections, light installations, 100 TV monitors, and moving decorations. The 720° adventure space offered two 360° views and was both a walk-in movie and a walk-on stage. Everything merged in a visual and tonal experience. Visitors were literally “Inside Germany”. The show in the German Pavilion ran 10,239 times and was seen by 5.2 million visitors.
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Janssen is one of the world's leading research-based pharmaceutical companies. The JANSSEN WINDOW virtual 360° tour allows you to see how drugs are developed, and subsequently produced and distributed. You get to [...]